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Farm Name: Dragon Willows Farm

Year Farm Established: 1986

Location: Beaverton, ON

Years I’ve been farming: 29 years

Animals I raise: Dogs and Horses.

Crops I grow: Pumpkins

Hobbies I enjoy: Dog training and Horseback riding and speed events.

Club/Associations memberships: TNB, OTRA, ECPFHA, OCTRA.

The proudest moment on my farm: The birth of my first foal. He was coloured exactly the way I hoped for!

Pets: Dogs, cats, horses.

Farm Motto: Can't wait to see what happens next!

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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  
  Would be nice to have an extra person on top of the quiz board.......you have 7 wrong questions some where in the systom......can you not find them and join us on top

Come visit me, Mindalong West.

10/20/2012 10:58.29 PM Report This Comment  
  Hello. Thank you for stopping by. Have a great farming day.

Come visit me, A&E FARMS.

10/03/2012 05:46.14 AM Report This Comment  
  Thank you for visiting my webpage and for your kind remarks. Your pictures and your horses are beautiful!

Come visit me, Suzie's Hobby Farm.

08/30/2012 07:54.04 PM Report This Comment  
Thank you for the kind words! I suppose I will collect the blogs and put them in one place but it will literally be the Good Lord's work if something comes of it. It's enough for me to express my feelings. It is an added blessing when someone else derives any pleasure from them. All I'm doin' is expressin' what we're all feelin'. Thanks again! Please keep in touch! --Gary

Come visit me, La Ferme Sabloneuse (Sandy Farm).

08/18/2012 07:04.10 PM Report This Comment  
  That pumpkin must be an Atlantic Giant.
I know an Atlantic Giant when I see one! I won an Oconto County (WI) blue ribbon for one one year. This year I have one or two of those plus my usual jack-o-lanterns. The deer last year ate the Atlantics before we could get them out of the lower garden. My jacks were inside the fence and survived until Halloween. My daughter Amanda is the horse person in the family. I'll let her see your site. Thanks for the invite! --Gary

Come visit me, La Ferme Sabloneuse (Sandy Farm).

06/19/2012 06:54.26 PM Report This Comment  
I just absolutely love your photos of the Horse's standing under the tree's they are so beautiful. One thing about a horse they are truly GODS Gift to the world they are beautiful animals.

Come visit me, Windy Meadow Farm.

03/29/2012 06:34.02 AM Report This Comment  
  Gorgeous horses!
I took your suggestion and posted photos of my dogs and horses, plus our cows and the farm.

I bet your horses practically live under that willow tree in the summer!

So what color was your first foal? I bred my black TWH to a cremello with 2 agouti genes and got my dream horse, a buckskin. Color genetics are so fun!

Come visit me, Zephyr Hill Farm.

03/07/2012 05:00.10 PM Report This Comment  


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