STAY ON A FARM! MILK A GOAT!
PLAY LIKE A FARM KID
FLIP FLOP RANCH
Come milk a goat, collect eggs and relax with your family in the peaceful atmosphere of a farm! Wake up to the sound of roosters and enjoy watching your children become farm kids.
``Serina's farm is a fantastic place to have a real farm experience! So many fun animals to interact with - whether it's feeding, brushing, milking, holding - they are all warm hosts to city folks. We brought our kids (ages 5,5,3&2) and there is something there for everyone. We fed the animals twice per day, much to the delight of our children, brushed Bologne the Pony, milked Midnight and chased Rocky Road around the pen! Adults will find the experience equally as interesting and fun 🙂 Her home is very clean, stocked in the kitchen with lots of different items, and comfortable private rooms for all. We were a little cold one night and she brought over blankets for us right away. Don't hesitate to book this listing - it's a blast and Serina is fantastic!``
The world has lost 60 breeds in only the past five years making that one breed becoming extinct every month. We believe it’s vitally important to maintain the genetic diversity of livestock and crops and keep these creatures from extinction.
We currently raise endangered chickens (Dorkings and Australorps), geese (Cotton Patch Geese), Turkeys (Bourbon Red), ducks (Ancona), pigs (Guinea Hogs) and goats (Nigerian Dwarf Goats). We raise heritage, open-pollinated, Non-GMO plants in our garden and orchards.
Feed and pet our many different types of animals. Most of our livestock are rare and even endangered breeds of farm animals that we are helping to preserve from extinction.
Here’s a pic of the orchard. We’ve really been trying to get the trees pruned in time for spring, but spring is beating us. There’s a lot of work to do. The trees haven’t been pruned in years and are twisted and dying and really bad. Some have a good foundation and others are simply […]READ MORE
Well, I spent yesterday dragging wooden pallets and setting up a fence only to have the wind blow it down today. The hay pallet fence was a great idea. The pallets were free and just laying around providing a home for lizards. I wired them together and drove wood stakes into the ground for support. I […]READ MORE
Finally got some cotton patch geese. This is a rare breed known for being gentle and for being good weeders. They’re super cute. I taught them to swim today. Well, I just put them in a kiddy pool and in seconds they were diving and splashing all over the place.READ MORE
OSLO (Reuters) – Spending time on a farm looking after cows, horses, or other animals can help people with mental illness better manage their anxieties and increase their confidence, according to a study published on Friday. GREEN BUSINESS The findings by Norwegian scientists could further widen use of “Green care”, which enlists nature to […]READ MORE
Just so that everyone knows, whenever you cook eggs make sure that you don’t leave them boiling for so long that all the water boils out. Here’s why: and Luckily, I’d NEVER do anything like this. Some of you might say, but Serina, I’ve been over to your house and those pictures look JUST like […]READ MORE
I decided to try something different this year with my garden. Last year I had raised beds. It worked great for having soft soil and it wasn’t too much work because I just dug out the paths and piled it onto the beds so I didn’t have to bring in soil from somewhere else. However, […]READ MORE