Well, it has been a while since I have posted. This has been a busy spring for us. Relocating to Cape Girardeau Missouri, moving our sheep (temporarily) to the Sundowner Farm in Tennessee, and of course all the crazy things that have been happening during the first hal...

September 10, 2018

One of the real blessings of our farm is a small grove of Black Walnut trees at the bottom of the hill by our barn. There are about ten tall, stately walnut trees, each reaching forty or fifty feet into the air. It’s cool there, the spreading branches casting a cool gr...

July 17, 2018

We were really blessed to be featured in this spring issue of the HoofPrint Magazine (put out by the good folks at the Kentucky Sheep and Goat Development office) in the Tales From the Fiber Trail Section (on the right hand side bar).  It

was a really nice write up! Tha...

April 18, 2018

Hey folks, I was recently asked to write a blog for my Farm, Kentucky Meadows. I haven’t always lived on a farm, but I do now, and I love it. I especially love my great big friends and protectors the Guardian Livestock Dogs.  There are four of these great protectors li...

April 13, 2018

Hi, I’m Larry, a registered Rambouillet Sheep, this is a picture of me trying to get in the barn, I'll explain more later.

Today we are enjoying the wonderful 70 degree weather on our farm Kentucky Meadows. Since I was born in South Dakota but now live in Kentucky, I’m...

April 3, 2018

Hang around sheep people, or goat people, or Alpaca people (basically anything that tends to

be supper for coyotes, mountain lions, or other large predators) and you will hear the term

LGD. The first time I read the term LGD in an on-line thread, I thought – what the hec...

March 21, 2018

Tom reporting here ….

I’d like to give you some background on myself.  I’m a big hunk of a handsome man, so big, in fact, that sometimes it is hard for me to walk around. I was brought to the farm as a small chick with the intention of becoming a Thanksgiving ‘guest’. N...

March 21, 2018

This is a good, quick article on Polyface farms, the farm we model our farm upon. They also have some great resources at the Polyface site. Link

February 12, 2018

I was lucky enough to grow up on a farm. It was a large industrialized farm in Southwest Missouri where we milked 200 Holstein dairy cows daily, raised over 400 head of beef cattle, and farmed a total of around 2,000 acres. My dad used all the latest production techniq...

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