Chickens start to fly the coop

Brambleberry's chickens

The three dozen chicks we got back in May are now chickens. Recently they had their first taste of the outdoors when we cleaned their coop. The birds were reluctant to leave the coop; we were forced to carry most of them out, but once they were in the barnyard they started exploring and scratching […]

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New additions to Brambleberry Farms

We have two new residents on Brambleberry Farms! Welcome Henrietta and Jennifer, two Minature Mediterranean Donkeys. The jennets (or jennies, both refer to female donkeys) were acquired from our local veterinarians and farmers Carlos Gonzalez and Jill Kramer. We traded three Scottish Blackface sheep for the girls. Mini donkeys are native to the Mediterranean islands […]

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