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  • Keeping Poultry Healthy

    Keeping Poultry Healthy

    Pendleton Family Farm June 1, 2021

    One of our number one goals on this farm is to have not only happy animals, but healthy ones. Animals who are healthy produce healthy offspring, healthy eggs, milk, and meat. There are a bunch of things you can do to make that a reality and I’m going to share what we do to keep our poultry healthy. FOOD & WATER WATER Everyone knows to begin a healthy regimen you…

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  • May Updates on the Farm

    May Updates On The Farm

    Pendleton Family Farm May 25, 2021

    Our first pastured fenced, adding more chickens, and anxiously awaiting our first eggs…May updates on the farm.  I’m not gonna lie, it’s getting harder and harder to blog frequently. There is something to always do on the farm and squeezing time in to write (even though it’s one of my favorite things) is difficult. Just this morning as I was filling up waters for all the animals, I kept thinking…

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  • Remy and Ruger. Our Great Pyrenees puppies

    Our Livestock Guardian Dogs

    Pendleton Family Farm March 23, 2021

    Goats came into the farm and then we looked at each other and thought…you know, now might be the time to get some LGD puppies so they bond well with the baby goats. We don’t do anything slowly that’s for sure lol. Meet Ruger and Remy, our livestock guardian dogs (aka: puppies).  *Please note this blog post contains affiliate links. If a purchase is made through one of my links,…

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  • The New Kids In Town

    The New Kids In Town-Baby Goats

    Pendleton Family Farm March 15, 2021

    Baby Goats-The New Kids In Town. Well, they have arrived and are just as cute as I had envisioned. Between bottle feeding, poop patrol, and snuggles, these days are now full.  Are they not the best things ever? We are so in love. We’ve changed their names a half a dozen times, but have finally settled on Clyde (our only male-wether), Thelma, Louise, Popcorn, & Penelope.  SETTLED IN I didn’t…

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  • February Updates on the Farm

    February Updates On The Farm

    Pendleton Family Farm March 2, 2021

    March has finally arrived and the past few days have felt like Spring. Don’t worry, I won’t get my hopes up of seeing no more ice/snow, but I do relish in the fact that warmer weather is on its way. February updates on the farm.  JACKSON TURNED 10 Our third is double digits and I don’t know how I feel about it yet. He’s grown so much this past year.…

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  • Ducklings Week 3

    Ducklings Week 3

    Pendleton Family Farm February 25, 2021

    We’ve had the most beautiful weather here this week and so the ducklings have gotten a lot more time outside. Yes, they make an absolute mess with all the mud, bugs, grass, etc., but it’s worth it. Ducklings Week 3.  *Please note this blog post contains affiliate links. If a purchase is made through one of my links, I earn a small commission at no extra cost to you.* TECHNICALLY…

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  • What if we fail? Farm Life

    What If We Fail?

    Pendleton Family Farm February 12, 2021

    But, what if we fail? The thing is, we’re not scared of failing. We were more scared of not trying. You see, Scott & I have always known we were meant for more. No, not more stuff, money, or bits and bobs (lol). We were meant to live a life of more time together, more time raising animals, more time teaching our children the lessons of life. We’ve always known. …

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  • Ducklings Week 2

    Ducklings Week 2

    Pendleton Family Farm February 11, 2021

    Ducklings week 2. Let me say this first…ducks smell. There, I said it. I’m laughing out loud while I type this because I swear…I’ve never smelled such a distinctive smell in my life. No matter how much you clean their brooder, fresh pine, or clean water you give them…they smell.  All that to say, when we get ducklings in the future, it will be in the warm spring so they…

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