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Lebels Lane Farm from brooksville, ME
Lebels Lane Farm

Farm Name: Lebels Lane Farm

Year Farm Established: 2012

Location: Brooksville., ME

Years I’ve been farming: 4 years

Animals I raise: None at the present moment. We are relocating.

Crops I grow: None at the present moment. We are relocating

Club/Associations memberships: None at the present moment. We are relocating

The proudest moment on my farm: None at the present moment.

Pets: cobain,sheba and daphy all labs (female) Rosco and gilroy both female 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  
  Hi there...
We are new to this website, but I see you are in Maine and have been getting your farm up and running. Thought I'd asked how things are going for you... Thanks!

Come visit me, Willow Lane Farm Annex.

02/15/2013 07:19.11 AM Report This Comment  
Good Luck on relocating.

Come visit me, The Garden that Nayomi Likes.

02/01/2012 09:54.10 AM Report This Comment  
I too am new at this. We are in the process of getting our place up and running. Hobby Farms is a great place to start with your needs. They have a lot of good information. Storey's (Storey's Guide to raising Chickens, etc) books are a good resource on how to raise different animals. Good luck.

Come visit me, Tom and Suzannes & Nearly Heaven.

01/18/2012 02:54.19 PM Report This Comment  
SO heres the deal. We are aspiring farmers. We are building our own home on lebels lane. Its a family road full of farmers. But they are all retired. We are going to be the new age up and running farming family. So far we have sold the animals we have for money to move. Very heartfelt, let me tall ya! Before our move we only had rabbits (pets) and chickens. When we have our home built we plan on having the whole sha-bang. Well I do anyway, my husband fishes full time. I would love any feed back from anyone on where to purchance the best quality animals, and when I talk whole sha-bang i mean, pigs,a handful of goats, a cow or two and chickens. Also rabbits (angora) a horse and a donkey. I need help! ALOT. Not only do I not know how to care your these animals, I want to know the most human ways to use them (i.e We wont we killing and eating them) If anyone has helpful tips tricks or advice PLEASE LET ME KNOW! :)

Come visit me, Lebels Lane Farm.

01/18/2012 09:03.52 AM Report This Comment  


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