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Two Times F from Mocksville, NC
Two Times F

Farm Name: Two Times F

Year Farm Established: 2010

Location: Mocksville, NC

Years I’ve been farming: 5 years

Animals I raise: Chickens, Goats, Angus cows, Thoroughbreds, 3 honey bee hives

Crops I grow: Hay

Hobbies I enjoy: Spending down time with our animals.

Club/Associations memberships: ADGA, Jockey Club

The proudest moment on my farm: 8 live foals, 2 kids, milking without spilling the bucket for the first time.

Pets: 2 great pyrenees, 2 shih tzu's, 2 house cats, 4 barn cats.

Farm Motto: Work Hard, Play Hard

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  Hello.. I love the picture of your Nubian! Beautiful! We raise milking goats too. Our plan is have a couple of bee hives in the near future. We need to do more research on starting out with honey bees before we start so that it becomes a success. We love honey. What breed of chickens do you have?

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12/24/2014 09:22.50 AM Report This Comment  
  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  
  Hello and welcome. First letme say that is a adorable picture of your baby goat. We raise Myotonic Fainting goats as well as ourcattle and horses. Yes, Scottish Highland cattle are very tolerant of the heat. They do not particulary like the warmer climates. However, they areraised as far south as Texas and Florida. Ideally, the best thinf to have is a shallow pond for them to stand in and cool off or plenty of shade and fresh cool water. They will shed out just like other bovine species n the summer and develope a nice shiny coat. The winter is when they do the best. Here in WV. we find ours out in the pasture in a blowing snowstorm loving every minute. They need more shade and shelter in the summer than they do in the winter. No housing required in the colder seasons. Thank you so much for inquiring. We always love to talk farming. Please feel free to contact us anytime. Hope this info helps. If ya get started with Highlands it is very addicting. lol We just love ours to death. They are the best. Have a great farming day.

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08/16/2013 07:50.21 PM Report This Comment  
  Cute kid!

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08/14/2013 04:34.43 PM Report This Comment  

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07/24/2013 09:35.45 AM Report This Comment  
  AWWW! So cute!

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07/20/2013 04:56.13 PM Report This Comment  
  Nice picture

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07/20/2013 07:43.07 AM Report This Comment  
  Welcome to Hobby Farms and good luck with your all your farming endeavors. I use to raise dairy goats years ago in Florida and am planning to do so here in Maine in the next year. What a darling picture!

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07/20/2013 04:50.53 AM Report This Comment  


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