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Saturday, July 13, 2013

Cheak out our farm and new facebook page www.facebook.com/farmersinthedell.com

       We have recently  started a facebook page.  at www.facebook.com/farmersinthedell.com we are posting pictures of the farm there so come take a peek at our life on a small farm.  We love animals, and enjoy spending time with them. So come take a look.

We recently put these adorable white blue eyed lop eared bunnies up for sale. I have to tell you they are simply adorable.
The farm is a place we can take a break from our busy life and sit for a while and just enjoy watching the animals as they interact with each other.  There is always something going on here.
 
 
 
This is sparkle she is also the mama goat two the other two we have. She is very sweet and a big fan
of us humans.  she has two offspring Indy and July they are half Nubian like their mom and half pigmy.
 
This is July  she can be a handful sometimes, But she a beautiful Goat.
 
 
This is our beautiful snowflake.  He is so sweet and gentle  but is easily spooked
I think he should get a hair cut like this time the poodle look.
  
 
Here is some of my roses this year. I really like the colors on this bush.
 

 
How sweet they are.


 

Saturday, July 6, 2013

OUR FARM

        Sorry Its been a while since I have last posted.  we have so much happening all the time.   We also have a website on facebook  www.facebook.com/farmersinthedell Check us out


Here's a visit of some of our animals

Two of our ducks in the new pond enjoying the cool water.
 
 
 
The Geese and a few more ducks out for an afternoon swim.
 

This is Sparkle one of our goats
 
We also have baby bunnies
 
 
    
Ruby and her 10 baby piglets
Here is one of our Royle Palm Turkeys
This is our Alpaca  he's five years old  and he is very sweet and gentle
 
 
 
One of our Indian Runners with our visiting daughter who was enjoying all the animals on the farm

And of course Chickens everywhere  We have a good verity of chickens.

                   And of course what would a farm be without a cat to keep the mice down.
                                                         Meet miss kellie  She's a sweetie.