It’s time to release the PEACOCKS! 🐦

  • Published on: Friday, August 9, 2019
  • The peachicks are still babies... BUT it's time to take them out of their cage and release them! Did we make the right decision?

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    Each morning on our one acre farm in the city of Phoenix, Arizona, we start the day with milking goats, feeding pigs, and gathering eggs. We have a small plot of land, but boy, do we make the most of it. Each animal on our farm is taken care of holistically & organically. We let the mama goats raise their babies until they reach 10 weeks of age and are naturally weaned from nursing. We keep a small herd of 5-7 milking goats, mainly the Nigerian Dwarf breed, although we still have the queen of the herd, Luna, our Nubian goat. We use the fresh goat's milk to make cheese, butter, cream, and we use it in all sorts of baking & cooking. We love that we can walk into our backyard and gather food. It's the best feeling ever!

    After the morning chores, we usually tend to the pond -- we're always adding new pond plants and fish to maintain the delicate ecosystem of our natural swimming pool. Summer is just around the corner and we're excited for another year of swimming in this amazing natural pool!

    Our backyard farm is full of adventures, and we're so happy to share our farm vlog with you. Hopefully you can feel inspired to grow something of your own, or care for an animal with kindness like we strive to do. Thanks for watching!

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  • Weed 'em & Reap

    Weed 'em & Reap

     5 months ago +553

    RIP Kevin's eye. He got hit in the face during a basketball game:) He can still see though, which is good because he can continue to find all those great deals he finds.

  • David Lamm

    David Lamm

     13 hours ago

    Much love to you all from Australia 🇦🇺

  • Meli Biris

    Meli Biris

     2 days ago

    I read worriors cats to!

  • Georgina Jimenez

    Georgina Jimenez

     3 days ago

    Nooo keep them

  • kaleb beat for the gods

    kaleb beat for the gods

     4 days ago

    Does clipping the birds wings hurt them at all was wondering

  • Hussain Moslem

    Hussain Moslem

     5 days ago

    I Love

  • Sheila Keenan

    Sheila Keenan

     6 days ago

    That popsicle would easily block the goats windpipe if she sucked it it.

  • Sheila Keenan

    Sheila Keenan

     6 days ago

    Such a bummer Willow’s not pregnant here; but I think Moonrider will produce prettier babies. Can’t wait!!

  • Rest in Peace

    Rest in Peace

     1 weeks ago


  • patricia royal

    patricia royal

     1 weeks ago


  • Sara Calvone

    Sara Calvone

     1 weeks ago

    Such an heavenly place ❤️

  • Spencer Wilton

    Spencer Wilton

     2 weeks ago

    Did you clip both wings? I always though it was usual to cut only one side, it stop birds being able to lift off evenly or fly straight. Cutting both sides means they can generate equal lift on each side, so even if they can't fly properly they can still get a few feet off the ground by flapping like crazy- enough to clear a fence.

  • spiderhssstt


     2 weeks ago


  • 杨月华


     2 weeks ago

    The males are peacocks and the females are peahens? I forgot

  • Rebecca Pechon

    Rebecca Pechon

     2 weeks ago

    Will they replenish their wings as time goes on after clipping them?

  • Pennie Wyatt

    Pennie Wyatt

     2 weeks ago

    You only need to trim the inner wing feathers.

  • Pretty Bird

    Pretty Bird

     2 weeks ago

    Why do you call your selves " Weep 'em & Reap "?

  • Maelene D.

    Maelene D.

     3 weeks ago

    Hi🥰🥰🥰wish I could touch them 😊love your goats😘😘😘

  • Shannon Pintor

    Shannon Pintor

     3 weeks ago

    Fellow waryr cat reader

  • Laurie Fournier

    Laurie Fournier

     3 weeks ago

    I remember when willow was just a tiny baby jumping around