Mohair is a silk-like fabric or yarn made from the hair of the Angora goat. Both durable and resilient, mohair is notable for its high luster and sheen which has helped gain it the nickname the “Diamond Fiber”. We have White, Red, Copper and Grey Mohair for sale. All fiber has been washed and cleaned. All our Mohair is from our […]
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Angora goats were first introduced in the United States in 1849 by Dr. James P. Davis. Seven adult goats were a gift from Sultan Abdülmecid I in appreciation for his services and advice on the raising of cotton. More goats were imported over time, until the Civil War destroyed most of the large flocks in the south. […]
Oliver and Sarah enjoy an afternoon nap in the sun. at 3 months old they are really part of the family.
Spring Poultry is starting to arrive.
“Mmmm, honey we have to go pick up 15 chickens and 1 roster.” I was a bit timid in telling Quinn that after I had purchased the goat babies the day before and brought with me three rabbits, that we now had to go get chickens. Quinn had worked outside all day making a place […]
While surprising Quinn with baby goats, I made a little detour and picked up three rabbits. When I carried out the male rabbit I thought about Samson and his incredible strength in the story of the Bible. This little rabbit was housed in the far back corner of the yard where I purchased him from. […]
Oliver and Sarah are growing fast. I am amazed how busy they are and how high they can jump. Needing to be fed every two hours has proven to be a challenge, especially on work days. Quinn has learned the fine art of nursing and he is doing a darn good job. Uncle Brian pitches […]
We were curled up under the covers trying to warm up after a busy day. “Honey, we have a farm but no animals.” What I was thinking is it didn’t make any sense to have a new farm with no animals. Quinn was sweet and said okay he would support me in my searching. I’m […]