HobbyFarms.com


Your E-mail:
Hobby Farms - Current Issue

Urban Farm Magazine

MY FARM

Pleasant Hill Farm from Shelby, NC
Pleasant Hill Farm

Farm Name: Pleasant Hill Farm

Year Farm Established: 2010

Location: Shelby, NC

Years I’ve been farming: 3 years

Animals I raise: free-range chickens (Mini, Andy, Flannery, Charlie, Penfold, Pearla, and Josephine),
worms - no names


Crops I grow: tomatoes, peppers, carrots, turnips, collards, peas

Hobbies I enjoy: writing, crotchet, watching chickens, soap-making

The proudest moment on my farm: Saving Andy's life, and selling our first bar of soap!

Farm Motto: Slowly but surely wins the race.


Farm Blog
DescriptionDate & TimeEditDelete
  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  
  Happy New Year
Hope 2012 is a great year for ya

Come visit me, JoJu Farm.

01/01/2012 06:30.00 AM Report This Comment  
  my husband is one of those who uses what he can find, so some of our fence for them are goat panel fence, we have some left over rod iron fencing he got off a job we used some of those, so a little of everything.

Come visit me, Brent & Kim Wessel.

11/13/2011 04:57.17 AM Report This Comment  
  Thanks for the link! I'll have to check it out. :)

Come visit me, Hannah's Homestead.

11/10/2011 11:38.50 AM Report This Comment  
  Peacocks
They really are amazing! I love to sit and watch them. They LOVE cat food as a treat and most of ours will eat out of our hands. I love this time of year, as the males' tails are growing back in, and they are practicing displaying them in preparation for the next breeding season.

Come visit me, Bentwillow Bunnies & Pittsboro Peafowl.

11/10/2011 06:00.36 AM Report This Comment  
  Goats
Thanks for visiting my site. The goats are currently babies, or I guess wild teenagers. Since Jed is a boy, we obviously don't milk him ;) but eventually once Lulu has a baby we'll be able to milk her for a bit, then she'll get a break and we'll need to freshen her again.

We're looking forward to that adventure...I'm just hoping they can hold off for a bit so that the baby comes after tax season! Currently Jed is VERY interested in beginning a family, or at least trying. Lulu seems offended by his attention though, so she's not there yet, which is good.

Come visit me, Browns' Windy Acres & The Goats of Browns' Windy Acres.

11/08/2011 08:11.54 PM Report This Comment  
  welcome, great picture

Come visit me, Brent & Kim Wessel.

11/08/2011 07:18.03 AM Report This Comment  
  hi
welcome to hobby farms

Come visit me, The Chicken Ranch, Goats R Us, DM Cattle company & DeVore Ranch.

11/08/2011 07:17.22 AM Report This Comment  
  I've always thought making my own soap would be fun, just don't know how!
I like the picture of your chickens :)

Come visit me, The Family Farm.

11/07/2011 07:52.16 PM Report This Comment  
  Hey! Thanks for your comment! That is so neat that you make soap from tallow! Do you have to render it? We butcher a couple of animals a year so I would be very interested in learning how to use the by-products! I only use store bought veggetable oils right now. I'm not on ravelry yet but I've heard its really neat! I'll have to check it out.

Come visit me, Hannah's Homestead.

11/07/2011 10:13.33 AM Report This Comment  
  Hello
We are also in NC.

Come visit me, Bentwillow Bunnies & Pittsboro Peafowl.

11/06/2011 07:04.35 PM Report This Comment  
  Hey, a fellow soapmaker! How neat! What kinds of soaps do you make? I am just begining and have made two batches of cold process goat milk soap. I am starting to learn to mill it now.

Come visit me, Hannah's Homestead.

11/05/2011 05:34.50 PM Report This Comment  
  Chickens
Your girls look happy out there, welcome to the community!

Come visit me, Browns' Windy Acres & The Goats of Browns' Windy Acres.

11/04/2011 06:10.47 PM Report This Comment  

 



Product Spotlight
Hobby Farm Rewards 
Member Login »

facebook


Information on over 200 horse breeds