E AND B FARM PICTURES
These are our first baby chicks.  They are
an assortment of heavy breeds: Big Red,
Barred Rocks, Black Giants, Cornish X and
Buff White Rocks.  We received them by
mail order May 2006.
This is our  Daylily and Iris field.  We are in the process of planting it, May/June
2006.  
A wild hen turkey with her chicks out in the
hay field behind our house.
These are wild turkeys in our front yard.
We had this 7 a.m.  visitor one February morning 2006.  He walked to the oak tree and
enjoyed eating acorns.  The pond is beside our driveway and directly in front of our house.
These are our 2 special horse
trainers.  Hope on front and
Faith on back.  This is one of
our 2 year old colts we trained.
This is Faith going to check out a
turtle that was crossing our yard in
June 2004.
November 2006
We have been enjoying the wild ducks landing on our pond each evening.
March 26,2007  Three Canadian Geese stopped in for a visit.  
March 2007  Wisteria and white iris in full
bloom.  This has been one of the prettiest
springs.
Hope with Lionel
Faith with Lionel
Lionel is a lionhead rabbit.  We plan to begin breeding
lionhead rabbits.  They are very docile.
Hope, Faith, and Prissy (the cat)
with Bernard
Hope, Faith, and Fluffy (the cat)
with Sampson
Hope, Faith, and Fluffy (the cat)
with Delilah
Hope and Faith with Elle
Hope and Faith with Emmy
Early January 2011, I received a phone call from a
customer who raises quite a few different farm
animals.  He wanted to give Hope a miniature
horse.  He said he had two little studs he would
like to find new homes for.  When Eddie and I
went over for a visit he said Hope could have both
of the little horses.  When we went over to pick up
the two little guys, we bought three mares from
him.  Of course, Hope let Faith have one.  Faith
named her horse, Bernard, and Hope named hers
Sampson.

Thanks so much to Mr. Roy.  They have been
such a blessing.  Hope goes out to the pasture and
all five will be around her wanting to be petted.  
The girls spend hours at a time out caring for
them.
Early January 2011, Faith mentioned
she missed raising rabbits.  We all
decided we missed having chickens.  
Eddie and I visited the flea market in
Philadelphia.  We bought three bantam
chickens and Lionel.
with Claire
Faith with
Henrietta
with
Ruester
September 2012 we added ducks and
some chickens to our farm family.

The ducks are so much fun to watch
them playing in the pond!
Daylily Garden June 2013
THIS IS CHARLIE!  HE WAS
GIVEN TO US BY A FRIEND
AFTER HE LOST HIS MATE.
THIS SPRING WE BEGAN
INCUBATING.  SO FAR WE HAVE
HATCHED PHAROAH QUAIL,
CHICKS, AND DUCKLINGS.
CHARLIE FINALLY DECIDED HE WOULD
HANG OUT WITH THE CHICKENS.  HE
WAS RAISED AROUND CHICKENS, SO
THAT WASN'T A BIG SUPRISE.
AT FIRST CHARLIE THOUGHT HE
WANTED TO ATTACH TO ME
(BELINDA).  IF I WAS OUTSIDE HE
WOULD BE CLOSE BY.