With all the dogs, horses, llamas, etc. at the farm, they don’t get any wild critters near the house. Next door on the hill, however, we see many more. You probably will too, on the way to Cook’s Country Connection, so drive slowly up the driveway! Some of these photos link to previous posts on our personal blog, www.PajariGirls.com.
There are lots of deer on the farm and on the hill. Last year, I got some cool pictures of an orphan fawn. We have seen her/him throughout the winter.
Last fall, I had a young bear in my yard! Grandma Marge talked about seeing bears while walking from her house to The Farm, but we hadn’t seen one in years.
Contrary to popular belief, they do no chucking of wood. Read about ours here.
Ew. They eat mosquitoes and other pests. But ew. Here’s a link to my bat story. It was pretty funny…after it happened.
Yup. It’s a farm. In the country. There are bugs, too. Some are pretty cool.
And here is a link that explains why. This summer, we will have worms and worm castings (poo) for sale at the farm. With an indoor bin, you can compost all winter long, making fabulous fertilizer.
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