Dollie died of complications of old age. It is a sad time here at Frolic Farm. I will always remember how sweet she was when she was young.
Everyone who lives with a septic system can relate to this. If you have city water and sewer, use your imagination! Today I had the fun of a septic tank pump out. This must be done every year or so, depending on the size of the family. This is why I have my own porta john for the groups of kids that tour Frolic Farm. It comes in handy,
The weatherman said we’d get a bad snowstorm, but so far just a light dusting. All the critters are in the barn, except for the geese and ducks who seem to thrive on the bad weather. They do have a hut for shelter, but prefer to stay outside. They have sure enjoyed this easy winter here in Michigan. After the last two winters that
Just in time for Christmas shopping, we now have for girls age 3+ a cute pony in a purse with storybook. For boys ages 3+ we have a very cool pony in a saddlebag with storybook included. The short book is easy to read and even has coloring pages. Parents love it because the story reinforces the good values they are trying to teach
This is little Amiga. She is a year old Alpaca. She was just sheared, so she looks kind of bare right now. She has a lovely coat, so soft and beautiful color too.
Lambchop is my large, elderly sheep. I am very fond of him, as are most visitors to Frolic Farm, because he is such a sweet animal. I had the vet out for the normal spring exams and vaccinations, and I had her take a look at Lambchop. He seemed to have lost weight, but was still eating. While the vet was examining him, he
Today, Lambchop, Liam, Lucky, and Lassie will lose their heavy coats. Spa day for the sheep! Not only will they be sheared, they will also have a pedicure (hooves trimmed), vaccination, and worming. I’ll give them each a treat of carrots afterward. They don’t seem to mind it much, and do seem relieved to be rid of the heavy fleece. Normally, shearing would occur