Monday, December 3, 2012

Verde Farm Happenings

Hi farm friends,

I know all of you are getting ready for the holidays. It’s such a wonderful time and a busy time as well. We are in the middle of so many changes here at Verde Farm. We are preparing to sell our beloved home and small acreage to move to a farm out in the country.

We are only moving about twenty minutes away but the change is going to be a big one for us. We’ve been blessed to find a pristine, emerald two hundred acre haven. A charming 1872 farm house sits on the property and we are in the process of painting and freshening it up a bit. The pasture, grass and fresh water brook running through it will be the new home to all our Verde Farm critters.

We are thinking we will be “Verde Farm at the Old Pinkerman Place.” The Pinkerman’s were one-time owners of the farm and part of its history. Have you ever moved a farm and if so, did you keep the name or create a new name?

A “verde” watering hole at the Pinkerman Place
Nature’s Water Slide 
In addition to all this, we have added two new piggies to our kunekune herd. Oliver and Oleander came to live with us about a week ago. We are really pleased with these two. Oliver is cream and Oley (short for Oleander) is ginger and black. Both are double wattled and will be part of our breeding program in the future.
Oleander and Oliver

Farmer, Me, Oliver and Oleander
Pansy and Porter are doing great and we are expecting a new litter later this month. If you are interested in adding one of these precious pigs to your farm or home, please contact us about making a deposit to hold your pig.

On another note, so many of you reach out to us about booking the farm for events and weddings and we are so grateful for your interest. Due to the move, we are not booking any further events at the current farm. We are still contemplating hosting weddings at the Old Pinkerman Place but that has not been decided just yet.

We wish you all a wonderful holiday season and will keep you posted on future farm happenings as we welcome our new piglets and make our official move.


Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays,

13 comments:

Country Gal said...

Nice to hear from you it has been a while. Oh this farm land sounds wonderful . Oh Oliver is soo cute I wish we had room for one of those sweetie's . Hoping for some posts and photos of the new farm ! Happy moving .

Leslie @ Farm Fresh Fun said...

Congratulations!!! We've been contemplating moving an old structure/cottage from town out to our farm and Ive been thinking of you n your lovely place... Wil try emailing you soon.Those pigs are sooo cute. Hope your holiday season is merry n bright!
Hugs
Leslie
ps - I brought my farm name with me

From Beyond My Kitchen Window said...

What exciting news to share. I can't wait to see some of the photos. I wish I had room for a couple of pigs. Beverly's Maryann and Ginger are wonderful pigs. They are so smart and clean.

IsobelleGoLightly said...

What beautiful land! Your new wee pigs are adorable. They made my lady say, "Eeee!" ha ha

Lori Skoog said...

Sounds like you have been busy. Your new farm sounds like a very special place. Should be quite a move!!!!

LindaG said...

What a lucky purchase. Congratulations and God bless! ♥

Patrice said...

Congratulations! It's so good to hear from you. Wishing you a very Merry Christmas! (Cute pigs!!!)

Angela said...

That sounds exciting Amy! You'll have a lot more space to add more critters to your place should you want to. Is the new place still in West Virginia?

Have fun with your new place and update us when you get settled in.

Phyllis said...

Hi Amy,

I'm so glad you posted as I wondered what was going on with you guys. Glad to know you are safe and sound.

Wow - how exciting to find a beautiful farm for sale. I don't envy moving all the animals - what a job!

Hopefully you will be able to post before Christmas but if not, I hope you have a merry one!

Verde Farm said...

So wonderful to hear from my ole bloggy buddies. The farm is in WV-just about 20 minutes from where we are now. So much to do and so little time but we will make it happen eventually. I will keep you posted along the way.
Merry Christmas!

Jennifer said...

So wonderful to see your post this morning... Congratulations on the new farm, its sounds amazing to me. I would love to move my lil farm to bigger and better land but for now I make do where we are, if its ever meant for us to move to a better place God will work it out. The new piggies are beautiful <3

Bee Lady said...

So glad to see you are blogging again. I've missed you and your adorable animals. Oleander and Oliver are so cute. We finally have moved into our basement...living in one room...trying to get the house in town ready to sell and trying to work on the new house. So I totally understand how busy you've been. Enjoy your new farm. It sounds adorable. Can't wait to see pics of it.

Cindy Bee

Velva said...

What a great opportunity! I am going to look forward to all the new happenings at your place.

Your pigs are absolutely adorable. This is probably a dumb question but are the lunes pigs raised for pets?

Happy spring!

Velva