"The farmer has to be an optimist or he wouldn't still be a farmer."
We are excited here at Tiny Hiney Farm. There have been many ups and downs since starting our little journey just under two years ago. Who said goats were easy to raise needs to come and visit some goats. With that being said though, they are the cutest little critters ever. Our family gets a kick out of their silly goofiness and mischievous ways.
This past year we made some great strides and a lot of items that we have been meaning to work on have been completed. This upcoming year we have already started a list of things that we want to get done and will be working towards them. Improving our farm, herd, and land is something that we are taking seriously.
Since we have added the barn doors and completed two of the three upper floors in the barn we have felt a bit of a weight lifted off our shoulders. Now it is time to move on to some new goals. This years goals are very small and realistic.
Tiny Hiney Farm's 2019 Goals:
There are some really good goals to make things easier for us and much nicer for the animals. Not that the barn isn't nice and they are definitely not complaining. Pretty would just be something to smile at and know we have done a very good job on our goals that we set for ourselves. It would be nice to be out in the barn more then in the home.
What are some of the goals you set for your home, homestead, family, career, etc?
Rogue and Vixen partying it up!
©Goat photograph copyright of Kimberly Doerr at T. H. Photography.
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