One Upon a Farms

Once Upon A Farms

Meet Rudolph! His DOB is 2.26.18. He is polled, the same as his mom and dad. Mom has blue eyes. This fella comes from great milking lines on both sides. He is going to make a great buck as we see some fine characteristics along with really nice conformation, looks and color.

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I look after Ben who is 99 and his little wiener dog Dolly, who is 18. Here he was picking cherries on a Summer day. He also has a Polaris RZR and he was giving his grandson a test ride. He and Dolly relax in his comfy chair at the end of a busy day!

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Keeping a diaper on a dog, especially a weiner dog can be a real challenge! This is how I solved it and save a fortune by not buying doggie diapers. See links below for more details on what I use and why and order info.

When choosing suspenders I suggest that you are careful
to select a set with 4 clamps rather than 3. I find it
works best for me. It seems to me that Dachshunds in particular benefit the most from this application.

I find the pull up type diapers work best. They are
easier to get on and I like the snug fit around the
legs so that poo doesn't fall out. I have had very
good luck with the Pampers Easy Ups.

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Taz, a young Kune Kune sow plays with 3 of her 8 week old piglets. See below for more info!
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Taz plays with 3 of her 8 week old piglets. Two had been away from her for a few days and I had just returned them to her. I caught this as she was taking time to celebrate each one with some motherly attention.

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A fellow farmer demonstrates how to use a Castration Bander to wether a goat. Please see below for ordering and other info.

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The kids are growing and are oh so playful I just had to take a couple of minutes to enjoy them. We hope you do too!

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All these baby goats are ready to go to their new homes!
These are registered Nigerian Dwarf goats. I selected each of their parents for milk quality and other superior qualities.
Prices and availability are posted on local Craigslist.
Thanks for your interest!

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Parasites can be effectively controlled without chemicals. Today I show you how to rid your farm and home of external parasites for just pennies without poisons!

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Welcome!
For the past decade, I have been looking after a nearly 100 year old man and his dog.
Recently I became severely ill and could no longer eat most grocery store foods.
I had to change my entire life in order to produce my own food.
I made this so that I can share with you how I am learning to regain the wisdom and skills that were common once upon a farm.
Perhaps you can teach me a thing or two!

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I made a batch of deviled duck eggs for Ben today and thought I would share it with you.
Here are the ingredients. I go by look and texture more than exact amounts.
7 hard boiled duck eggs
1 jalepeno pepper (optional)
1/2 large dill pickle
1/2 medium onion
1 slice or 2 of pimento or bell pepper
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Playin' with my spotted piglet! See below for more info!
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Part of what makes homesteading such a hoot is taking a minute out of my morning chores to play with Sebastian my Kune Kune heritage piglet.

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Thanks for watching see the description and more info below!!!
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We had a rare bit of snowfall and I wanted to give you a tour so you could have a look at it while I did the morning feeding routine here on my little farm.

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I needed to make a suitable maternity area for my goats and pigs in a small space. I also wanted to give the animals peace by keeping each species on it's own side. I groped my way through and found my way to that end.

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We follow the growth of Taz's piglets from 10 to 28 days. Please look below for more info!
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This is a compilation of video taken of the Kune Kune mini-pig piglets over a period of a couple of weeks. They are getting bigger!
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See more information below.
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Melody's girls,, Lyric and Refrain spent time with mom in the nursery area today. They are all doing just great! Please like and subscribe. Comments are cool too!

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Melody is a registered Nigerian dwarf dairy goat who surprised us by having her babies in the field sooner than expected. Se below for more info!
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The kids were collected and taken to the maternity area on the deck . Melody had 2 doe-lings who look just like their papa. These girls are his first babies! Our new girls are Lyric and Harmony. Lyric is polled just like mamma and papa.
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These little Kune Kune piglets were less than 48 hours old!
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I was standing outside their little house and heard a ruckus and to my surprise, this is what I saw when I looked in! It looks like an adorable piglet cage match!

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Charlotte's babies, born January 9, are now 5 days old here as they play. See more information below.
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I am pleased to say that all of these babies are now in loving homes with families who treasure them and are learning how sweet and smart these fabulous creatures are.

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Taz, a young Kune Kune, gives birth to her first set of piglets.
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She had a total of 5. These little cuties were born January 12, 2018.

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Once Upon a Farms presents Sebastian, a 10 week old Kune Kune boar piglet in this episode of the 'Piglet Vs.' series. More info below!!!
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Ripley captivated my heart as a piglet listed on the local Craigslist. See more information below.
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It was said that she had been rejected from her mother and then came to me at the tender age of only 2 weeks.
She is now mostly a full grown Kune Kune gilt of nearly a year old and weighs only about 30 pounds.
She is a joy and such a happy pig now!
Stay tuned!

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Sherbert the Kune Kune sow gave birth to her first set of piglets. See more information below.

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As you can see, time has only made these little ones even sweeter. They come strictly for affection just like a puppy!

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Sherbert the Kune Kune sow gave birth to her first set of piglets. See more information below.

You can sponsor an animal or help support this farm by making a donation here: https://www.paypal.me/mozellefarmer
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These little sweeties were just about 10 days old here. In my experience piglets that young are pretty skittish but these piggies craved affection almost from day one!
I am pleased to say that all of these babies are now in loving homes with families who treasure them and are learning how sweet and smart these fabulous creatures are.

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Meet Leonardo, a very sweet and proven Kune Kune boar. See more information below.
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He is quite a character who roams the property at will, but he mostly likes to hang out on the front porch with his son Sebastian, and one of our other pet Kune Kune boars, Bluto.

This is an amazingly easy breed of pig to have. They thrive on grass and are easy keepers. These guys don't have any "boar smell" and are in general even friendlier than the girls. Even though they are livestock, they also make fantastic pets!

If you are in the Southern Oregon area and are interested in having Leonardo's stud services for one of your piggy gals, we would be happy to hear from you.

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About 3 years ago, I became nearly unable to function mentally, physically or emotionally, after enjoying a lifetime of excellent health. I didn't know it at the time, but I had been  poisoned and in order to save myself, I had to dig deep to uncover  the cause and understand how to heal myself. I discovered my answers could be found in the wisdom and skills that were common once upon a farm in the form of making my own food! I had a lot to learn about each of the animal species I brought to the farm as well as gardening. I am still learning so much every day. I started this channel because when I would tell my friends about what I was doing they wanted to see. They wanted to see each of the special little animals I brought home to create the farm and how I transformed myself from someone who was scared of power tools to someone who can build any number of sheds, coops and shelters. They wanted to watch me learn and grow.

 I am growing into becoming  what I call a responsidigious person. As you suspect, I completely made up that word and you are probably asking yourself, "what the heck does she mean by that"? I am so glad you asked as you might be one too and it would be great to know that you are out there!  A responsidigious person is one who digs below the surface of so called 'common knowledge' or the status quo in order to become able to respond to the needs of life with accurate information.  In short, I found out that there are some very unfood like processes, substances and chemicals found in most items in the grocery store. There are some  severe poisons commonly used in the environment on a regular basis that finds its way into food and into our bodies . I discovered that I had been consuming and living in an environment that was mostly toxic and it was literally killing me. I knew I needed to provide myself with my own food but I am here to tell you I didn't really have a clue about how to pull that off. When I was a small child, my grandparents raised most of their own food including meat, dairy and produce. I moved far away when I was young so never got the chance to learn about it at their knee so to speak. It has bothered me through the years that we have let the knowledge of how to feed ourselves slip away.

In order to start the farm, I (with tears shed) made sacrifices that at one time would have been unthinkable. I have been a Caregiver for a 99 year old widower on a fixed income for the past decade and have had  had my needs met but otherwise live very modestly and haven't had any real money to work with. We live on about 4 acres that he owns. As a lifetime horse lover I sold my two  beloved steeds (one of which I had from the day he was born to 17 years old) to finance my farm animals and the supplies I needed to make them a home and this a farm.

Making that decision to become responsidigeous for my own food has set me on a path of discovery that I previously could have never imagined and along the way I have met  others who are eager to reclaim this knowledge for themselves too.

I am also doing things I never dreamed I would.  I stopped smoking after over 42 years, also after years of struggling with extra weight, suddenly 40 pounds just seem to melt away. I have learned how to use power tools (they used to terrify me!), carpentry, building fences and cages, all in the pursuit of having these delightful creatures. I learn more every day about them and what it takes to build a comfortable and happy life for them.

If discovering and hanging on to the ability to provide food for you and your loved ones matters to you as much as it does to me, then I invite you to not only join me, but to help me on my journey of reclaiming the wisdom of how to feed oneself so that these skills that were common once upon a farm are not lost to the past.

Today I am busier than I have ever been and am also happier and more fulfilled and I owe these little critters a debt of gratitude for more than just feeding my body, they in fact feed my soul. I invite you to come and let us feed your soul too.