Daphne had her kids! She had a buckling and a doeling, and they are strong and healthy. Daphne is a good momma, too. She’s very attentive, and has kept her babies warm these past freezing nights. Look at those long … Continue reading →
Sunday was a great day at Fox Trot Farm! The temps started off rather cool, but the sun was shining and the flowers were blooming. Here is one of our camellia bushes and it’s really showing off right now.
***Our farm market will be open on Sunday, November 27th!*** There’s a young woman I’ve known since she was a cute little girl tearing up home plate in Dixie Girls Softball. She and her sisters were (and still are) precious. … Continue reading →
We love when families come to visit our farm for a tour, and all ages (even grown ups!) have a great time and learn a lot about our animals. This little guy was, as his mom said, “being three years … Continue reading →
Farmer Bob has been working so hard…at his real paying job, as well as all the farm work he does. I don’t drive the tractors, and I don’t bush hog, so that’s up to him. He also doesn’t want me mowing … Continue reading →
We moved all our chickens up on the hill and out of the back yard! Oh, happy day! I must admit that I did enjoy seeing them up close every day, but I didn’t like them digging up all … Continue reading →
Just when we are overloaded with cuteness here on Fox Trot Farm, I get a call from the post office bright and early this morning to tell me there is a box of peeps waiting for me to pick up! I … Continue reading →