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Farm Name: funky farm

Year Farm Established: 2012

Location: lexington, KY

Years I’ve been farming: 3 years

Animals I raise: chickens: 2 australorps, a silverlaced wyandotte, a buff orpington, and a hybrid easter egger. We had a golden comet and a barred plymoth rock but a hawk killed them.

Crops I grow: asparagus tomatoes lettuce herbs peaches sour cherries

Hobbies I enjoy: easy farming

The proudest moment on my farm: Our easter egger laid her 1st egg on 1/31/13. We are stoked!

Pets: cat

Farm Motto: "I have not failed, I have found 10,000 ways that did not work." Thomas Edison

Farm Blog
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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  
  we finally painted the sign on our hen house
We finally painted the sign on our hen house. We have christened our hen house as -Sunnyside up hen house. The paint of the letters ran a bit when i put some polyurethane on to seal it. I must say that some of the letters appear like the font used in Rocky Horror Picture Show.

Come visit me, funky farm.

02/25/2013 04:51.56 PM Report This Comment  
  Do you remember leggs brand pantyhose egg?
Not a full moon, but my lovely buff Orpington laid a huge egg today. It reminded me of the leggs pantyhose eggs! (Yes, I am EGGaggerating.)

Come visit me, funky farm.

02/22/2013 08:23.51 PM Report This Comment  
  My yak farm
You had left a comment on my Yak farm page and I am fairly new to the site and cannot figure out how to reply to a comment so sorry about that. I just wanted to answer your questions about Yak, My decision to raise yak was more health related in that it is a super healthy red meat in researching them I found them to serve a multitude of purposes. I started with one Yak and then quickly bought two babies one of which I bottle fed, what an interesting and smart animal. They really are sweet when handled daily, we will be harvesting fiber and dairy in the spring. We dont yoke them like oxen but are pack training the babies, they are doing well on lead ropes and are showing promise of being calm enough to show at the fair. So I hope that provides you some insight into yak, and thank you for your interest and comment!

I wanted to comment on your chickens as well, I have a number of chickens and find that my favorite is Miss Chica...lol our buff orpington! They are a great pet for kids as well as the perk of fresh eggs, we hatched some chicks and ducklings a couple of years ago the kids really enjoyed that. Your pictures are adorable!

Come visit me, Rams Yak Farm.

02/20/2013 06:39.03 AM Report This Comment  
I can't wait to have chickens of my own!

Come visit me, The Oaks & The Back 40 feet.

01/24/2013 06:15.54 AM Report This Comment  
  Our 1st eggs!!!
I am delighted to say we have 3 eggs in 4 days(the 1st was laid on Saturday 1/19/13). I was surprised as the weather is cold and the days are still so short.

Come visit me, funky farm.

01/23/2013 08:05.18 AM Report This Comment  
Love your quote! It is one of my favorites.

Come visit me, Hilltop Acres.

12/27/2012 11:16.25 AM Report This Comment  
  Cute cat and kid!

Come visit me, Animal Place.

12/26/2012 09:57.50 AM Report This Comment  


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