Monthly Archives: March 2011

First Orphans of the year

I guess I should feel lucky that after 80 some odd lambs that I finally get my first orphans.  When I decided to get into hair sheep, I was praying for no more orphans. The woolie sheep to me are … Continue reading

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Another small step forward

Today Scott from ISDA came by, he picked up our pasture management plan, We got a few quotes back on the conversion of the building to the cheese room and milking room. John my step dad stopped and picked up … Continue reading

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Contractors giving bids on milking barn

Busy monday morning with the contractors coming by and giving us bids on getting the milking room and the cheese making room all done.  We have the building, we just need to convert this building into the milking area and … Continue reading

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Crossing the Katahdins with the East Friesian Sheep

I am scanning through the craigslist ads looking for some Katahdins and I see an ad for East Frieisian sheep. Gosh, the internet is a wonderful place as at my finger tips was tons of information on this breed of … Continue reading

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How We began!

Welcome to Homestead Farm! Come on in and pull up a bale of straw and read about the adventure we are going to embark on. History I guess this all starts with me, Shari.  I have lived here on the … Continue reading

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