Cart 0

Blog

December Sixteenth

Chickens Dogs Farm Fiber Goats Holidays Merino Natural Dye Peafowl Pigs Sheep Uncategorized Vermont Weather Wool Yarn

December Sixteenth Mid 30s this morning, partly sunny, scrambled to pack orders that came in and shorted animals on hay so I could get post office run in, deliver yarn and fiber to Kerry, gas up, get grain.  Muppets had knocked their door down in the night because of the ones that are in heat(Thelma) […]

Read more →


December Fourteenth and Fifteenth

Agritourism Alpaca Alpacas Angora Goats Basement business plan Calendar Cards Chickens college Eggs Farm Fed Ex Fiber Goats Holidays presentations Rock and Minerals Magazine Southern Vermont College Vermont Weather

December Fourteenth 50 degrees in the a.m. Unseasonal weather.  I am afraid to say I like it because everyone is complaining about it.  But I am not complaining.  My life is so much easier without having frozen buckets to defrost and to fill and carry over and over again throughout the day.  And not to have […]

Read more →


December Thirteenth

Angora Goats Chickens Concerts Daughters Farm Goats Kid Goats MHCGleeClub Mothers Music Shepherd Singing Trees Vespers Yarn

December Thirteenth Slept almost EIGHT HOURS!  Holy cow.  When I woke up at 7:30 I thought I was late for life!  Sometimes, when I sleep that long, I think I am just making up for all of the short nights.  Every now and then I crash. Flew out of bed and fed the dogs, who […]

Read more →


December Eleventh and Twelfth

Agriculture Alpaca Angora Goats Bake Sale chores Diary Farm Journal Fiber Fiber Farm Fundraiser Gardens Holidays Honeybees Horses Journal Kid Goats Mohair Muppets Natural Dye Night Sky Photographs Saturday Sheep Shetland Sheep Uncategorized Vermont Weather Wool Yarn

December Eleventh: 40s, sunny. Finished washing mohair, set to dry. Argyll is still loose. Lots of paddock clean-up. Threw down 7 bales of hay from the balcony. Thimble scoots along with everyone, but her lameness appears to be worsening. Moved horses to new pasture.  They were thrilled. Nite Nite instantly rolled in the oak leaves. […]

Read more →


December Seventh and Eighth, Ninth and Tenth

Agriculture Alpaca Angora Goats Animal Husbandry Cats Daughters Dogs Farm Fiber Fiber Art Goats Horses Kid Goats Mothers Natural Dye Sheep Shetland Sheep Uncategorized Vermont Weather Wool Yarn

December Seventh: Animals were in super duper shape.  Observed sheep for some time.  Custer is mating with Charlotte and Mary, still, so they must still be in estrus.  He’s a bit at odds because his harness straps are dragging and tripping him a little.  Gotta get that thing off him. Little Thimble is fine after […]

The post December Seventh and Eighth, Ninth and Tenth appeared first on Wing and A Prayer Farm.

Read more →