Back in 2012 Rich and Cindi LeMay, while searching for a retirement property, found a farm. We bought a farm! Our background had no farming or animals other than the garden variety of household pets including our 4 fur babies that are great farmhands.
With a lot of research on line, joining a number of farm related Facebook pages and reading many books about raising Chickens & Ducks, we finally added the "livestock" element shortly after moving into the farm permanently in 2016. And we grow from there.....
Once you raise chicks through to the laying stage, the chicken math kicks in and the natural next step is incubation and hatching your very own eggs. This is our very first chick we incubated through hatching and beyond and the numbers in the flock, and coops grow....
The most amazing little tasmanian she devils on hooves, They are incredible and I don't know how we went without them all these years. Three little girls joined us in August and it was love at first sight. We built them a playground that most children would be envious of, This spring/summer will see another 4 babies joining the herd, including a little man to assist with our herd growth plans,
TE: kids must be sold in quantities of 2 or more unless you currently have goats. Goats are a herd animal and will not thrive alone.
We will have a number of kids available for purchase this year as a result of the 2020 Kidding here at A Few MORE Acres Farm. As kids are born they'll be added to the 2020 Kidding Gallery. Kids will be available after weaning around the first week or two of August.
Doelings are indicated by a Pink name, Bucklings by a Blue name and Claimed indicates they're already spoken for.
Doelings are $80.00 each and Bucklings are $50.00 each.
1/2 non-refundable deposit will be required to hold a kid until fully weaned.
Unless otherwise noted all kids will be disbudded within the first 2 weeks after being born.
Bucklings will not be banded prior to delivery as their body needs time to fully grow to avoid medical issues with UC. Banding is something that should be done when they're 12 or more weeks old.
Kids will receive CD&T prior to transfer and will have been started on a preventative for Coccidia starting at 3 weeks old.
Kidded and raised on our farm for yours
Doeling at weaning
In Tact Buckling at Weaning
Farm Fresh Eggs, and A large variety of Farm Hatched chicks
Farm Fresh Eggs / Dozen - NO SHIPPING
Variety of Chicks
White Crested Polish;
Turkens (Naked Necks);
coming soon Silkies
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