Though not for sale, we also have livestock guardian dogs, miniature donkeys, a small vegetable garden, a bonsai tree nursery, and a self-sustaining mealworm brooder
Heirloom corn, tomatoes, squash, zucchini, watermelon, pumpkin, garlic, beans, & pees
Bear, Baylee, Silas, Scout
Practicing the art of bonsai since 2011 & proud supporters of the American Bonsai Society
Miniature donkeys love to play. Atticus and Dozier spent much of their first year of life without other donkeys to romp with, so when we introduced these two they had a lot of pent up energy to let out!
Whenever we bring new livestock home we keep them separated for at least a week. This allows the animals to get used to each other before we let them to free-range together. When we brought our new sheep home the goats' curiosity and appetite got them into trouble a few times.
At his old farm Dozier was terrified of bridges and would only cross creeks by wading, but with a little bit of encouragement and fancy footwork he conquered his fear!
Our Livestock Guardian Dog, Scout, doing what she does best; protecting the flock.
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