Sheep Shearing – A Dying Craft – Photos In Black & White @ Our Farm

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

Busy Day At The Farm – New Horse, Puppies & Sheep Shearer Here

What a busy day! Join us on our tour of life on the farm.  Watch a sheep shearer shear our sheep.  You'd be amazed at how fast he can do it.  Installing bee supers, feeding puppies real food for the first time and more. Remember to subscribe to our blog and also follow us on … Continue reading Busy Day At The Farm – New Horse, Puppies & Sheep Shearer Here

Come Along With Us While We Do Chores Today – A VLOG of life at HiBar Ranch

Come along with us as we do chores today and see what a day in our life is like at HiBar Ranch here in the Smoky Mountains of East Tennessee.  We have lots of babies in the barn (kids and lambs) and it's an all around pretty great day to be playing in the hay … Continue reading Come Along With Us While We Do Chores Today – A VLOG of life at HiBar Ranch

Installing Solar On Our Farm Begins And First Lamb Of The Season Born This Morn

It was the coldest morning so far this winter on the farm.  We woke up to 16 degree weather here in East Tennessee in the Smokies.  We still have Lil Bean our bottle baby goat in the house so we opted to stay inside a while to let the temperature rise. Thankfully it looks like … Continue reading Installing Solar On Our Farm Begins And First Lamb Of The Season Born This Morn