We have been working on an inventory of our cataloged items. Spring clean up will begin soon and getting ready to open on May 1. Baby calves will start arriving in March, there should be four of them this year. We bought a milking machine so we will be ready when the Jersey cow freshens (has her calf).
The day went very well. We had a good turn out of over 200 people. Thank you to all our presenters and vendors for making it a successful day.
We are beginning to slow down with only one more group scheduled. But there is still time for you to come before the end of the month.
It has been a busy summer with many Friday and Saturday visitors and several groups during the week. The animals are all growing and doing well. We plan to get the summer newsletter out in the next couple of weeks, and are preparing for the Pioneer Living Day on September 27.
An Agricultural Timeline is new this year. It relates the history of agriculture to other historical events.
All the baby animals are here and ready for your visit.
Spring is here when the baby animals start arriving. Our one and only baby calf arrived on Monday. His name is Patrick. It has been a long cold winter, but we are starting to get things cleaned up and ready for our May 2 opening. Plans are in the works for getting the other baby animals.
We just mailed our fall fundraising newsletter. Other projects include continuing to work on an agricultural timeline and doing an inventory of the cataloged items.
The snow and rain have greened things up and the museum is open and ready for your visit. Muffins and Bisquit (the lambs) are doing fine, and our new Cocoa (a little Jersey heifer) is learning to be lead around. We have six Molten Java chickens along with the four Buff Orpington chicks. Come check them out.
We are getting a wonderful Spring snow storm. It has been very dry, so the moisture is very welcome. It is slowing down the process of getting things cleaned up and ready to open, but still should be ready for the two teacher open houses April 25 and 27. The spring newsletter is ready to mail and the Special Events are being planned.
We got four baby chicks last week and the turkeys should arrive tomorrow. They will join the baby calf that is about a month old.