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Honey's Farm Fresh
 

Greg’s Story:  I grew up very near my grandparents and spent a lot of time with my grandfather, who was retired.  Granddad had nearly every type of plant and animal that you can imagine, and loved working with them.  There were acres of garden.  Animals included; chickens, turkeys, guineas, geese, ducks, horses, goats and bees. 

After spending most of my adult life in town, I finally got myself a small acreage in the Texas Panhandle in 2003.  Well, the orchard and garden started immediately.  Then after a few years, the chickens and ducks were added.  By 2009, I had added chickens, ducks and rabbits and was looking for geese. 

Besides getting great tasting fresh eggs and meat that we know were raised humanely, we get to watch the antics of all the animals.  They are a true blessing.  All are entertaining and each breed and animal has its own personality. 

Geese are probably the strangest, as they love attention, but do not want to be touched.  They will talk to you when you are in the barn yard and come to within a few feet of you.  If you talk to them, they will stay and converse.  If you act like you are going to touch one, they all run away honking.  The first year they had goslings, they kept parading the babies out to the road, like they were showing off for the passing cars.  And passing cars often stopped to watch them.  It was really funny because they would not go near the road until they had the babies to show off. 

Penny’s Story:  Greg and I started dating in April 2009; Greg decided a few months before that, it would be fun to have a few chickens and ducks.  So he purchased 30 Rhode Island Red chicks and 6 ducks.  In fact, that was part of our first date, he took me to his house and showed me the metal shed where he was raising the babies.  I have always been an animal lover but I have always been a city girl.  So farm animals were new to me.  You couldn’t just feed and water them and let them fend for themselves the way you can a house animal.  As time went on, Greg decided he would like to raise rabbits for meat, which was the reason for the poultry also.  He wanted to be able to raise his own, fresh food. 

He bought used cages for the rabbits and built the stilts to put them on.  In bad weather he would cover them with tarps, to protect them from the inclement weather as much as possible and to help with the sun shining directly on them.  By this time the other animals were big enough to get out of the shed during the day and free range.  Greg would work in the garden and the chickens would come help him by finding and eating all the worms and bugs they could.  We named one chicken Alice and she was his buddy, she was right there with him every day he was working in the dirt to plant or weed the garden. 

We were married in May of 2010.  However, the next winter we had some pretty nasty days.  So we discussed growing the farm and decided that if we were going to do that we should build a barn.  So, we did just that.  We have been growing ever since.  Each time we add a new animal to our farm, I am totally amazed at Greg and his patience and kindness to each animal.  Our farm has a real since of peace within it.  When we add a new animal they just seem to fit right in.  Of course, they have the occasional spats, so that one animal can show who really rules the roost but then they just live together like they have always been together.  Our rabbits are in hanging cages on one half of the barn and the poultry gets the other.  It works quite nicely.  

I have learned a lot in the last few years with our new venture and I continue to learn more every day.

The pictures below are of our Goats and Bees but are not for sell yet.  In a few years our farm will be flowing with "Milk and Honey".  Thanks for being a part of our lives.

     

                   

Several of our animals are Heritage breeds that are on the ALBC priority list. We are proud to be a part of that endeavor, as they work to preserve America’s Heritage and they are helping to keep the genetic diversity alive for future generations.  Future generations will be able to see the animals that Grandma raised on her homestead!

We are always happy to give tours of our farm.  Just give us a call and make an appointment.

Honey's Farm Fresh has now expanded as you can tell by our barn shown here.  We now have over 100 chickens,  ducks, 80 rabbits and growing, turkeys and geese.


Our goal: To show the community the benefit of buying farm fresh chickens, ducks, geese, eggs and turkeys.

Click the link below to find us:

Honey's Farm Fresh - MapQuest


honeysfarmfresh@gmail.com

You can also find us on Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Honeys-Farm-Fresh/201738469838822?ref=hl


806-676-9179 or 806-674-6918


Call or email us for prices and availability


Honey's Farm Fresh are members of ARBA, HRBA, ADRC and ALBC:

ARBA - American Rabbit Breeders Association, Inc.
http://arba.net/


ADRC - American Dutch Rabbit Club                       

http://www.dutchrabbit.com/


HRBA - Havana Rabbit Breeders Assoc
http://www.havanarb.org/


The Livestock Conservancy
http://www.livestockconservancy.org/


We just wanted to share a little more about the animals
we are raising:


These are our newest additions.  They are Nigerian Dwarf goats.  We have a lot of fun
playing with them in the evening after we close up the other animals in the barn.


      



                                             Young Buff Goose: you just have to feel how soft they are. 

                          

    Catching geese for a customer.        The brooder in the garage.                Selling some baby geese.

                      

           Greg feeding the animals bread.      He loves to play with them....             And this is what happens.
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