Category: Farm Life

Whirld Works Farm shearing has been postponed.

Our shearers have come down with a tummy ache and need to rest and regain thier strength. We will let you know when we reschedule for. Once they are feeling better.

Lavender Orpington chicks

We have hatched our first batch of Lavender chicks for 2022. There are four left. We think we’ll keep them:) Our Next batch is planned for about 6 weeks. If you are interested in pre ordering let us know. These cuties are in high… Continue Reading “Lavender Orpington chicks”

Shearing Time is here again!

It is time to shear again! This time it is on a week day morning. Monday May 9th at 9am. If you’d like to help sort fleeces please arrive 15 min early and park in front of the Farren so our shearers can get… Continue Reading “Shearing Time is here again!”

A Cabin in the Woods…

Ever since we bought this place I’ve fantasized about putting a cabin in the wood… And here it is! It’s so exciting to see it happen! I’m going to be very busy finishing the inside, and I’ll be sure to share those pictures when… Continue Reading “A Cabin in the Woods…”

Sheep Talk

My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me. -John 10:27 Sheep really do know thier shepherds voice. And when I call to them, they come to me. When I call to them they know I have something good for… Continue Reading “Sheep Talk”

2022 lambs

Well we weren’t exactly expecting any lambs until the end of February but two of our ewes, who shall remain nameless (nott) lol, apparently took matters into thier own hands, before we let them breed. As a result we have two that were born… Continue Reading “2022 lambs”

Winter time Farm chores

Back in the fall I decided to start feeding the chickens and the rabbits only once a day, in the morning, to make the early evening chores (since the sun sets earlier this time of year) easier. One thing that makes this possible is… Continue Reading “Winter time Farm chores”

Morning Meditations-Early Fall

This morning it was cool, cool enough for me to wear a jacket and my big rubber (neoprene) boots. I start by feeding the rabbits. They don’t need a refill on thier water. Now that it’s cooler, they don’t go through thier water as… Continue Reading “Morning Meditations-Early Fall”

Morning meditations

I am thinking of starting a new series of posts about mornings on the farm. I am thinking this may be enjoyable for our readers. I also think that I will enjoy reading my own thoughts about farm life, at a later date, another… Continue Reading “Morning meditations”

Hatching chicks!

We bought a Farm Innovators Pro Series 4250 from our local farm store about 4 weeks ago and started incubating eggs for the first time. After diligently watching temperature and humidity and adding water as needed, we are so excited so see the first… Continue Reading “Hatching chicks!”

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