Razor Family Farms »

Category Archives: Animals

Ducklings and a Blended Family

Ducklings and chicks are a few of my favorite things. That’s a good thing because we end up with them every spring. Of course,View full post »

Companion Animals: Goats and Dogs

Our dogs and our goats are the best of friends. I followed them around for the inside scoop. Call it investigative journalism or justView full post »


Never one to deny mother nature a chance to prove herself, I let one of our broody Buff Orpington hens sit on two eggs. Admittedly, I wasView full post »

Easter Kids

Those eyes and silky ears! The soft cotton-candy downy baby fur! Those itty-bitty hooves! What could possibly be better than a baby goat?View full post »

Introducing Jackie Chick-an

Jackie Chick-an (the emphasis is on the “an” portion), is our Buff Orpington rooster. He is the center of his universe. HisView full post »

The Chicken Coop Addition

Oh, how I love our little coop with its cheerful red sides and the contented clucking of chickens as they dart in for some water or to layView full post »

Snowy Georgian Critters

We interrupt our regularly scheduled program (of my annual Virginia Trip) to bring you: A doe in the SNOW!  While the rest of the EastView full post »

A Virginia Chicken Coop

“Necessity is the mother of invention, it is true, but its father is creativity, and knowledge is the midwife.”  I’mView full post »

Away in a Manger

Josh built the goats a manger to keep the hay off the ground.  While this keeps the hay fresh and fragrant, it does not begin to mask theView full post »

Secret Squirrel Stuff

Que the Mission Impossible soundtrack.  All we need now is a super-secret tree fort for them to plan their missions and practice disablingView full post »

Rescued Squirrels: Tom and Huck

Oh, save me from the cuteness!  I can’t take it!  One can not help but whisper baby talk to those itty bitty wittle ears, nose, andView full post »

Hit Me With Your Best Shot — Fire Away

Something tells me that even Pat Benatar (that goddess of rock), has suffered the dreaded “mid-chew” photo.  TheView full post »

S u b s c r i b e
S p o n s o r s