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Farm Name: Cluck and Baa Farm

Year Farm Established: 2012

Location: Hollis, NH

Years I’ve been farming: 1 year

Animals I raise: Pigs, chickens, turkeys, Finnsheep, Clun Forest sheep, angora rabbits, cows

Crops I grow: garden veggies

Hobbies I enjoy: spinning, knitting, soap making, making feather wreaths and jewelry

Club/Associations memberships: 4-H

The proudest moment on my farm: realizing that we produce more than $1,000 in goods and services in a year

Pets: 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  
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Great looking animals. I want to expand my humble hens into a bigger assortment of animals, such as some of the ones you have. The sheep, they are pretty!

Come visit me, Heather's Backyard Farm.

12/08/2012 06:27.46 AM Report This Comment  
  Hello!
Welcome to Hobby Farms!

Come visit me, K&B Ranch.

12/08/2012 03:58.17 AM Report This Comment  
  Good looking animals. Hope to have sheep soon.

Come visit me, Shoebob Homestead.

12/07/2012 04:30.44 PM Report This Comment  
  Cute, unique sheep! I was in 4-H too, and loved it.

Come visit me, Animal Place.

12/07/2012 06:24.21 AM Report This Comment  
  Hello
Wow, it looks like you stay busy.

Come visit me, Purdy lil' Suri Alpaca Farm.

12/06/2012 09:16.07 AM Report This Comment  
  It never ends
Still working on using up the turkey feathers from Thankskgiving in jewelry and feather wreaths. Two lambs and the cow go to the processor tomorrow, so there is shearing to be done later today. Fleeces still need washing. Lard soap is curing. More lard needs to be rendered for cooking, soap and candles. Christmas knitting is sitting on needles anxiously awaiting more yarn for completion. We are blessed to be able to do all this from our own little piece of this earth!

Come visit me, Cluck and Baa Farm.

12/05/2012 07:16.55 AM Report This Comment  

 



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