Monday, June 29, 2009


Drowsy Waters Mr. Venus
Fresh Start Farm's Sydney
Our new Boer buckling
Drowsy Waters Rue
King Louis and Mr. Venus
KRK Johann
Our new ram
The garden
More of the garden
Drowsy Waters Ella
Ella, again
Our new meat chicks
Drowsy Waters Dotty
More chicks
New baby bunnies
One of Isabel's litter
Drowsy Waters Bradey
Bradey and thistles
The blueberries


KathyB. said...

Nice animals, cute bunnies and chicks, and your gardens are looking like they will be very productive!

Mim said...

Hi Bethany, you commented on my blog so I thought I'd take a look at yours. Great animals! I don't think I've ever seen the sheep you raise. And the bunnies!! I use to raise and show Tort Netherlands but not any more. Lops are so cute too.
Mimi Bullard

Deb said...

Hi Bethany,
I love all your animal photos - I know little about your sheep and goat breeds but you have some beautiful colors. Of course chicks are adorable but those bunnies, oh my gosh are they cute!!! I've been searching for dwarfs but so far have only found one "rabbit" a mix breed I'm sure -but a cutie none the less :)
Your garden does look great. We are inundated with rain so gardens aren't thriving in our neck of the woods.
WE will just be thankful for what we do harvest.

Thanks so much for visiting our blog at Tylerfarm. I hope you stop by often - I'll do the same.


Mary @ Annie's Goat Hill said...

I enjoyed your photos! Ella looks like quite the dairy gal. Your garden is beautiful, very neat, organized, and healthy. And the rest of your animals, always a treat to see pics of them.