Monthly Archives: September, 2014

Two Days of Touring Alpaca Farms – What We Learned

This weekend was a celebration of National Alpaca Farm Day. Both days farms opened their doors to the public to learn about these wonderful creatures. We went to four farms and asked a ton of questions… below I will share with you some of the many things we’ve learned as well as some musings. I …

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A Photo of the Third Angora and Musings

I took a photo of Emma, the English/French/German angora cross bunny. She’s two weeks older than the other two so she’s bigger. They all got brushed out today, their nails clipped, the hair on the bottom of their feet trimmed, and they got some playtime in the grass besides. Their personalities are starting to show. …

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The Fiber Farm Begins…

Well, everything’s going pretty well with the house purchase. We hope the sellers will be out of there before the beginning of November but we’ll see. In the meantime I took a trip to Maine, visited a county fair, and eventually ambled into someone’s angora bunny barn on the way home (oops!) I’d hoped to …

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We’re Moving on Up!

Chicken and Animal Updates Life here in the Love Canal house, as I’ve lovingly nicknamed it, has been increasingly hard. I lost my dog to cancer three days before Christmas last year, I was forced to give up my large breed chickens this summer because my neighbors think controlling others is where it’s at, and …

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