An update on all the critters

The farm has finally grown to the point that the possibility of any of vacationing has gone straight out the window.  With all the craziness we cause our selves however who needs to look elsewhere for excitement.  To bring a quick update of all our flerd (flock and herd) as it should annoyingly be called I guess, lets start with the smallest  and work our way up.  

The cats. 

Larry, Daryl, and Daryl. If you are confused by the the number of cats in the pic, poor Larry had a hard time adjusting the the life of freedom as a barn cat and decided to befriend a car.  

Larry, Daryl, and Daryl. If you are confused by the the number of cats in the pic, poor Larry had a hard time adjusting the the life of freedom as a barn cat and decided to befriend a car.  

Chickens amazingly enough started as a flock of 25 and still there are 25 each night.  Perhaps they are not quite as bird brained as they appear!

Chickens amazingly enough started as a flock of 25 and still there are 25 each night.  Perhaps they are not quite as bird brained as they appear!

The Guinea's are perhaps the most entertaining critters we have raised!  anyone who hasn't had the chance to herd a flock of birds should try it!

The Guinea's are perhaps the most entertaining critters we have raised!  anyone who hasn't had the chance to herd a flock of birds should try it!

You can almost smell the subtle hint of bacon off these guys!! Mmmmmmmm Bacon

You can almost smell the subtle hint of bacon off these guys!! Mmmmmmmm Bacon

The Sheep,  well the sheep are still sheep.

The Sheep,  well the sheep are still sheep.

Happy birthday Broc!!!!!  The donkeys are looking so nice lately as there winter coats have finally shedded out.

Happy birthday Broc!!!!!  The donkeys are looking so nice lately as there winter coats have finally shedded out.

Woody, Sally, and Charlie have been the most patient horses, coping with all the change over the last year.  with any luck we will be able to start riding again soon!

Woody, Sally, and Charlie have been the most patient horses, coping with all the change over the last year.  with any luck we will be able to start riding again soon!

This fine cow that I have chased over every inch of our property and some of our neighbors is finally mere weeks away from filling a freezer with delicious beef.

This fine cow that I have chased over every inch of our property and some of our neighbors is finally mere weeks away from filling a freezer with delicious beef.

Posted on July 23, 2013 .