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R L Farm from Ponca City, OK
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Farm Name: R L Farm

Year Farm Established: 2008

Location: Ponca City, OK

Years I’ve been farming: 8 years

Animals I raise: Cattle, chickens, and goats

Hobbies I enjoy: Photography, working with animals, soap and lotion making, gardening, and spending time with family

The proudest moment on my farm: When we started milking our cow!

Pets: 4 dogs, 1 indoor cat and 5 barn cats

Farm Motto: Faith is not thinking God can, it is knowing that he will.

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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  
  Great pictures. Do you use your own goat's milk for your soaps and lotions?

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02/12/2013 07:00.17 AM Report This Comment  
  Are you like us color is the 1st thing and then go from there. If you want some thing easy on the land get a hertiage hog like red waddle. If you want a hog that has large beacon get ladrace or yorkshire. If you want something with muscle duroc. But whatever you go with you need to know if they are a stress carrier or not. We dont go with anything white on the ears because they sunburn bad down here in the summer in with a muddy wallow. But its up to our son when we look at piglits. Then it down to how good of a mom she is when we are in the pen. Talk to others because reasons are going to very. Word of caution about heratige pigs they are slow growers.

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02/12/2013 06:10.31 AM Report This Comment  
  Our livestock sponsor drove us his feed to feed out his barrow because he did not want any show feed in him. Which was great because we did not have to purchase the feed. If you can see if both parents are stress negative and that will help too. Type of hog plays a roll in it too.

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02/08/2013 05:11.14 AM Report This Comment  
  Hey, since you said that the meat was realy grainy his hogs were on show feed and ate now corn. We found out that when we had our son's show pig on nothing but show feed and when we got the meat back. NEVER AGAIN, we went to feeding our own way and the meat is a lot better.

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02/05/2013 08:30.00 AM Report This Comment  
  Thanks for the welcome. We have dairy goats but just got them about 10 months ago so we haven't gotten any milk yet. We will probably breed them this fall because they will be over a year old by then. I can't wait!

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02/05/2013 05:42.15 AM Report This Comment  
  Cute pic!

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02/04/2013 08:37.35 AM Report This Comment  
  Welcome, Such a cute pic. We have fainting goats. Have a great farming day

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01/17/2013 07:50.52 AM Report This Comment  
  Welcome, do you have meat or dairy goats?

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01/17/2013 06:34.21 AM Report This Comment  


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