It's been a busy spring at the farm. Now that we are getting caught up on things I thought I'd tour our property and see what was happening and what was blooming. I love this seasonal tour across the farm.
It was cold today at the farm and cloudy. The babies are all doing well - the baby goats, lambs, chicks, ducks, turkeys, puppies, and now the new rabbit babies. They were born yesterday. After milking out seven goats this morning I was so tired. It always hits me this time of year when I … Continue reading Mountain Living – Rustic Elegance In The Smokies
So much has taken place in the last week at HiBar Ranch. Here is a collection of black and white photographs that capture life on the farm. Wow. When I look at the photographs I have taken over the last week and a half I am moved by the beauty of this farm. It brings … Continue reading A Week At The Farm In Black & White (Photography)
We raise Navajo Churro sheep at our farm here in the Smoky Mountains of East Tennessee. Our shearer comes out every six months to shear our boutique flock. We have our wool milled into yarn and roving for spinners, weavers and rug makers. This is such a special and difficult craft. I hope that Corona … Continue reading Sheep Shearing – A Dying Craft – Photos In Black & White @ Our Farm
I wanted to share some of the lovely photography that we've captured on the farm yesterday. Why? It's beautiful number one. But, number two is because I had an interesting conversation with our feed supplier yesterday, the AgCo-op here in Maryville Tennessee. I asked, "how's business with the whole corona virus thing going on?" Now, … Continue reading FARM LIFE ~ A Beautiful Life (Farm Photography) @ HiBar Ranch