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
Even though it has been a cold and snowy winter so far, everyone seems fine. The horse, Robin, has a thick winter coat. He is turned out into pasture during the day with Dollie Llama and Hershey the Donkey. They eat hay in an outside stall, so they all have shelter. Once they finish eating hay, they usually go out into the pasture and
Liam the Icelandic sheep needed his little hooves trimmed, and apparently was not in the mood for it. He was very feisty, and I had a hard time getting him to hold still long enough to trim the 4 hooves. I gave him extra grain as a reward when I finally finished. Besides the normal trimming when he is sheared in the spring, I
The critters are much happier with cooler weather and no bugs to contend with. They are still on pasture. When the deer hunting season starts, I keep all the critters close to the barn and give them hay to keep them happy. I can’t risk them being out on pasture when people are shooting at deer. Robin the horse is happy that he got
Robin is a very friendly horse. He especially enjoys visitors who bring carrots or bread as treats.
It was time for the vet to come out for the annual check up for the critters at Frolic Farm. He gave vaccinations, general check ups, dental work on the equines. Everyone was fine, but Robin the horse needed some major dental work done. The vet gave him a tranquilizer, and when Robin was woozy, we leaned his head onto a padded bar on