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Farm Name: Talley Farms

Year Farm Established: 1969

Years I’ve been farming: 44 years

Animals I raise: Chickens

Hobbies I enjoy: Gardening,Paint- ing,crafts,and
genealogy


The proudest moment on my farm: Mom and Dad bought the farm in the early 1960's and I've done my fair share. Love this place!

Pets: Zo, Wiley and Sissy (cats)



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  In an effort to improve our website for our visitors, we will be changing some of our service providers. We do not expect to experience any technical difficulties. However, if you are unable to access our website, please be assured it will be temporary as we transition to the new service. 10/19/2013 12:00.00 AM  
  thanks for stopping by.
We are thankful each time we get eggs. We use them and we enjoy sharing them as well.
Ya'll have a great looking place! Well done keeping it in the family, I know it hasn't been easy. Where is your farm?
Joey

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08/07/2012 08:53.46 AM Report This Comment  
  Yes the little goat kids are very fun to watch.

Hannah, Woodville, WI.

03/05/2012 06:22.55 PM Report This Comment  
  That is a lot of Round Bales!
Thanks for visiting my farm. Nice that you are keeping the farm in the family.

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03/02/2012 05:33.16 PM Report This Comment  
  Hello
Thanks

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02/26/2012 04:42.08 PM Report This Comment  
  hi
nice farm :)

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01/31/2012 06:32.21 AM Report This Comment  
  Thanks for the welcoming comment...
Its nice to see that family owned and passed on farms still exist, good job in keeping the farm in the family for all these years, i wish to one day own a large farm with a beautiful nature cenery like yours. :-)

God bless you and your family.

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01/30/2012 11:58.53 PM Report This Comment  
  Good to hear from you.
Sorry it took me so long to respond, I'm new to blogging.
Thanks for coming to visit our little site and thank you for the compliments on the barn, that's very sweet of you.
Looks like you have a great place there. You really should consider putting up more pictures. I'd like to se more.
Thanks, God bless.

Come visit me, Purdy lil' Suri Alpaca Farm.

01/27/2012 11:43.19 AM Report This Comment  
  Howdy
I had a pony when I was a kid and it was the best thing ever. Horses teach kids alot and they do alot of equine counseling with teens. It is interesting and fun

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01/18/2012 10:58.29 AM Report This Comment  
  01/17/2012 08:14.52 PM Report This Comment  
  Thanks!
Thank you for visiting our farm page! I am hoping to be able to get the blogging up and going in a week or two, and put updated pictures of Angel (the Dexter Bull Calf) as he progresses along.
Blessings! Amanda

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11/29/2011 02:19.25 AM Report This Comment  
  Thanks so much for visiting....
Thanks for stopping by my 'farm' and visiting. I really don't know if pomegranates are hard to grow or not. This bush/tree was here when we moved in 10+ years ago and the previous owner said it was there when she moved in over 30 years ago. So, it must be at least 50+ years old. It does its' own thing. We trim it back after harvesting the fruit, but do nothing more! The tree does ALL the work. I will say that this is the biggest crop we have harvested thus far..... Stop by again soon or if you're traveling down this way, please make plans to stop in at The Jewell Box. God Bless....

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10/29/2011 09:45.35 AM Report This Comment  
  Thanks!
I like the picture of the cat drinking out of the bird bath.

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10/23/2011 04:18.00 PM Report This Comment  
  Thanks!
Cute pics! Love the cat drinking out of the bird bath!

Thanks for visiting! Alpacas are very easy to care for. My husband and I grew up in the suburbs and moved to our farm just 5 years ago. Neither of us has a farming background, but according to a lifelong farmer that custom hays for us, we're doing real well :) We put up 225 bales of grass hay last fall and still have quite a bit, even after feeding it to 7 adult alpacas last winter. 5 of the alpacas have been on pasture since about April or May, but we have still had to feed the 2 girls and now one baby. Once a month, we weigh them, give them a wormer, trim toe nails if necessary, and give them a general once over to make sure they are healthy, so other than that, feeding them a good grass hay and grain once a day, and of course, cleaning up after them, they're pretty easy to care for. We shear them in May every year and have a guy who comes out and does it for us.

Come visit me, Hill o' Beans Alpacas.

10/20/2011 07:22.52 AM Report This Comment  
  Ducks and Chickens
Hi! That is exciting you are looking into getting some birds! We love our ducks and chickens. For chickens, we have Brahmas, Plymouth Rocks, Sexlinks,and a couple Ameraucanas. The Brahmas, Plymouths, and Sexlinks are very hardy, friendly, and good producers.
Our ducks are Pekins and Rouens. These are very common breeds, and are good producers. However, if you plan on hatching ducklings and don't want to incubate them, don't get Pekins. They are known to not sit on their nest(ours don't either). We have incubated the eggs, and really enjoy watching the babies hatch, and it is such a learning experience!
Hope this helps!

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10/16/2011 09:14.04 PM Report This Comment  
  Cute picture! looks like a great horse! :0)

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10/15/2011 07:55.50 PM Report This Comment  
  Welcome!
What a wonderful picture!

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10/14/2011 08:43.58 PM Report This Comment  
  Kids and their pony
Cute Pic

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10/14/2011 07:42.25 AM Report This Comment  

 



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