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We have answers:
Why miniature herefords?When we purchased the farm, we knew we wanted cattle. While researching breeds, we were drawn to the benefits of miniature Herefords: easier to handle, require less land & feed and extremely docile and friendly. We found a nearby farm who breeds miniautre Herefords and met with them. They were so incredibly helpful and we knew while we were there, this was the breed we wanted.
How big is a full grown miniature hereford?Our girls are considered 00-000 sized and will be around 40"-42" tall when full grown. Most miniature Herefords average around 42" tall.
What animals will you get next?We acquired a lot of animals right after purchasing the farm: 4 miniature Herefords , 2 livestock guard dogs (Great Pyreneese), goats, ducks, guinea fowl & 7 chicks. We're up to 35 chickens...chicken math is real y'all. We recently re-homed our goat herd to let their pasture recover so Mary will probably have a new furry or feathered friend soon. Our main goal right now is to grow our miniature Hereford herd. We would like to eventually have three pastures with a rotating herd for breeding and meat production.
How can I get farm fresh eggs?Email or text us! We currently have a wait list for our rainbow eggs but usually have some extra for last minute requests! We will be fully stocked with eggs again this fall!
Why have you chosen to homestead?I get this question a lot...I'm a city girl who loves animals, gardening and nature. My happy place is playing in the dirt. It reminds me of my dad and grandfather who were master gardners. Matt is a west Texas to Oklahoma transplant who loves everything outdoors. We raised our boys in the city with lots of long weekends at our ranch in Texas. Now it's time for us to give back to the earth. Our dream is to eventually be a self sustaining farm and produce a good portion of the food we eat.
The rest of the animals...
Millie - English Bulldog & avid bird watcher
We lost our precious Millie in October 2020.
Shelby - Beagle & resident grunter
Joleen aka Jojo
Willie & Hank - Great Pyreneese
.....maybe someday Waylon & Cash will be added to the farm
Hank working the cattle...
he thinks he's a herder and a protector
lots of fish in a fully stocked 1/2 acre pond including Hoova 1 & Hoova 2
Our 6 Pekin ducks were ambushed at the pond by coyotes. We loved our sweet ducks and will add more to the farm someday...in their own SAFE habitat.
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