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We’ll be open at our farm from 10am-6pm Saturday and 12pm-4pm Sunday. Mark your calendars for the annual fall Hudson Valley Yarn Crawl. Eighteen local farms and yarns shops throughout the Hudson Valley will be opening their doors to yarn … Continue reading
Everybody’s lining up to see the new article about Buckwheat Bridge Angoras by Moo Dog Knits. We met the folks from Moo Dog at a fiber festival last fall. Photographer Anders visited with us earlier this year. The result is … Continue reading
Kids started arriving on Feb 17th – more pictures coming soon!
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So here it is June 20th and we are getting ready to load up the show gang and head down to the Great Frederick Fairgrounds in Maryland for the – group formally known as V.A.G.M.A. – E.A.G.M.A. ( Eastern Angora … Continue reading
And the first kids of the year are triplets !Hey it’s a boy, and then another boy and then another boy.1 in 8 odds of that happening.The “new kids” arrived on Thursday the 18th. 26 days ’til spring.
Well, the nannies have been shared for about a week now and the first of our kids is due anytime. Today is a snowy day but not too cold. Nannies seem quite comfortable in the barn.It’s Mardi Gras in NOLA, … Continue reading
It’s Kidding Time ( almost ) ! The first of this year’s kid crop is due to start arriving on Feb. 17th. We’ve spent the past 2 months processing fiber – lots of fiber. Now that we are just about … Continue reading
This Spring has been extremely hectic for us. We’ve been to a bunch of Fiber Shows — Maryland, New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Seen a bunch of folks and talked a lot about goats. This is a photo taken about a … Continue reading
Farm life has been busy these past few days. The goats are just about done kidding. The sheep should start lambing any day now. We’ve spent the last 10 days shearing sheep and goats – 21 Ewes remain to be … Continue reading