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The lovely goaties all did the farm proud this year. 14 kids were born to 6 goats, but there were three losses. One was born breach and aspirated on the amniotic fluid. A board fell on another, killing the porr little girl and one twin died the first night with failure to thrive. The rest are growing and are beautiful. I have decided to sell two of the moms and keep some of the female kids instead. The moms are mostly Nigerian Dwarf, however, I am working towards a Pygmy herd. The little ones are all bred to a pure Pygmy buck. Most of the males are gone already, taken by petting zoos or families to bottle feed and raise as pets. The goats require intensive labour management, but they are so much fun!


Daphne, the youngest doeling and the prettiest of all

 Shy Serena, Pygmy with a touch of Myotonic


Pygmy Goats

I bought two little pygmy goats that had been children's pets. What a great purchase! They are so tame that I let the female run around the yard with her little boar goat girlfriend. The billy lives with the sheep because he tries to breed everything in his path. The pigs that he cohabits with are female but they do not want much to do with him. There is another little billy, a boar cross, and two rams and two wether lambs that share the pasture there. The billy tries to breed each and every single one several times a day. They run when they see him coming. 

The little girl lost her first baby. I did not even see it. At the time she was due, she decided to go over to the pig's side of the pasture under the fence and the sow ate the baby. All I saw was the tell tale signs on the sow's face and a wet spot on the ground. I felt so sorry for the my little pygmy girl. I am sure she wondered what happened.

The sow was sold, and the billy jumped the fence and bred the female, Louise or Weezy as I like to call her. She is due any time now and I am much more careful. She is not with the sheep or pigs this time, just with her little boar doeling, Terry.

Pygmy goats are comical, jumping and talking all the time. Weezy follows me around the yard as I do chores and makes funny noises as she finds things she does not want to share with Terry, who is following Weezy. They are adorable and a great addition to the farm. I hope to have a herd of pygmy goats for milking and meat one day. Shhh, don't say that too loud or Weezy will hear.  

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Ladies PJ Party for Eight Just $99.00 per person per night plus GST

Book your PJ Party Early to ensure your time is available. 

The PJ Party includes accomodations for up to 8 ladies, complimentary robes and slippers, gift baskets for each guest, comfortable beds wtih quality linens and bedding, two lounge areas, board games, darts, walking trails, and breakfast for each day of the venture. If you want a quiet retreat to reconnect with old friends, this is the place. The tall trees, rushing brook, meadows and valley, chirping of song birds and the farm animals create a tranquil pastoral scene perfect for relaxation and renewal. Bring your study materials, fortune tellers or old videos, whatever you wish.

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Couples Retreat

Do you need a quiet place to get together with old friends and spend time with your signifcant other? We can accommodate four couples for a private retreat of relaxation, reconnection and sharing the love. Without television or internet, the real interaction begins. We offer clean and comfortable beds, quality linens, an extensive library of self help materials, the option of light massage, candle light baths, robes and slippers and gift baskets for each couple. Why not take a weekend off and relax in the country, walk the nature trails, visit the beaver pond, commune with the farm animals, and spend that much needed down time with your partner? Book early to ensure your date is available. 

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Out of town corporate guests are always welcome at The Fat Ewe Farm. We can sleep 8 in shared accomodations or have three private bedrooms and two baths. Perhaps those who traveled a distance can enjoy the quiet comforts of the guest house and meet with the clients during the day in the house. How convenient and easy is that? Corporate guests are treated to complimentary gourment breakfasts, robes and slippers for their use while visiting us, clean and comfortable beds and quality linens, authentic vintage antique furnishings and soothing quarters, walking trails, tennis or badminton, board games and darts, and the option of booking a light massage for special relaxation. 

The rooms are based on a per person occupancy. The house can be booked for functions during the day. Please call or email for details. We look forward to having you as our guests on the Fat Ewe Farm!

Private Functions: Weddings, Funerals, Adult Birthday Parties, Anniversaries

The Guest House can be booked during the day for small private functions. Food must be catered and brought in as we do not have a catering license, but there is plenty of outdoor space for wonderful country get togethers and the house is available as well. The comfort capacity of the house would be 20-30 guests. Janitorial must be provided by the client or can be arranged by The Fat Ewe. A damage deposit is required and loss or damage will be charged to the client responsible for booking the facility. 

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We are thrilled that you have chosen The Fat Ewe for your honeymoon stay! To honour your union, The Fat Ewe will present you with a complimentary gift basket as a present for your marriage. Gift baskets may change with seasons, but  some offerings may be: home made organic soap, some organic massage oil, essential oil for scenting the massage oil if you wish or for adding to the bath or the oil burner, some bath salts, snacks and beverages. Thank ewe for sharing your wedding night with us. Blessings!

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