We have pastures filled with bouncing little lambs, so come get your fill of lamb cuteness on Sunday, October 27th, from 1:00-5:00, when we’ll be open to the public with free self-guided tours, hay wagon rides, and lamb petting!
Almost every Sunday is Funday on Fox Trot Farm, but last weekend we had 292 visitors having fun on our farm for our county’s annual Ag+Art Tour! Wow! Farmer Bob and I were thrilled to make new friends and see … Continue reading →
***We’re open today from 1:00-5:00, and Farmer Bob is conducting his fun guided tour at 2:00. Take an easy stroll down our country lane and enjoy the farm!*** It’s looking like this will be a toasty week, so Farmer Bob … Continue reading →
Our visitors always have a great time on our Farmer Bob guided tour. He invites guests to enjoy his guided tour every Sunday afternoon (when we’re open and the weather is pretty) at 2:00, and by appointment for groups over … Continue reading →
What a fun week we had with two private group tours! Friday, a delightful group of homeschoolers came for an educational tour. They learned all about animal husbandry and had loads of fun in the process! Here, Farmer Bob is … Continue reading →
Wow, did we ever have a good time yesterday with this Monroe Park & Rec group! The children were absolutely delightful, and so were their adult chaperones. I think Farmer Bob was trying to make a scary coyote face here. … Continue reading →
Isn’t this just the cutest birthday card ever???? Farmer Bob’s cousin Carol sent it to me for my birthday. News from the farm: -Farmer Bob continues to improve and is finding his arm brace uncomfortable. Of course it is! Only … Continue reading →
***This Sunday eggs are just $3.50 a dozen, $10/three dozen, $12/four dozen!*** Farmer Bob has been busy getting our hay wagon ready for rides and now we’re adding those to our farm fun on Sunday market days.
Wow! It sure has been a long time since I’ve updated this blog, and I’m going to try to do better. We’ve been busy! Trista, our Nubian doe, had triplets on a Friday, and then on Sunday, right during our … Continue reading →
Saturdays are always work days for us since Bob is home and we can do projects together. This past Saturday I had a huge bunch of freshly dug red beets to process, too, and Christmas pot holders to finish for … Continue reading →