All of Barn Town along with Anna and I wish you the very best most spooktacular Fall time ever. Be Safe. Enjoy!
Posted in animals, barns, blog, cats, chickens, children, children stories, creative writing, Fall, family, Fantasy, Farm Animals, Holidays, painting, picture book, Uncategorized, writing
Tagged Blogging, blogs, marketing, stories
We would like to introduce to you the newest residents of Barn Town.
Please welcome Spike and Spud!
Holstein calves can weigh 85-90 pounds at birth and can weigh 1500 pounds when full grown. Right now each boy get one-half gallon of milk twice a day. They also have grain and fresh water available. Our two “little” boys will become steers very soon and will be raised on grass with grain and hay supplemented. We are very excited to have Spike and Spud join our family.
Look for them in Barn Town Children’s Books soon.
Posted in animals, barns, barntownchildrensbooks.com, blog, children stories, Eve Culley's Blog eveculley.wordpress.com, Farm Animals, Holstein calves
Tagged Blogging, blogs, education, raising calves, stories
Barn Town is all up in arms with what is happening across the road. Tearing up fences and massive changes are happening to the big red barn. Are new roosters moving in; is it a new lake for the ducks and geese? What is going on? Stripe is determined to get to the bottom of this new mystery that is happening right under his nose.
Posted in Amazon Kindle, Anna Gary, artist, barns, blog, books, children stories, Eve Culley's Blog eveculley.wordpress.com
Tagged Blogging, funny, reading, stories, Work
1 – A rooster will start crowing at 2:30 a.m. (if the moon is bright) and crow off and on until dark that night. (We presently have 13 roosters at Barn Town.)
2 – Our Great Pyrenees will jump 2 to 3 feet off the ground into the air after hawks flying over Barn Town. Tasha will do this all day long to chase away the hawks. The hawks do leave and go fly elsewhere for a while and then return later in hopes of a chicken dinner. Repeat as needed.
3 – Geese hiss, honk, and squawk at visitors (2 legged and 4) to alert about a threat. They are better than guard dogs. (Our neighbors love us in the middle of the night when their sound carries very well.)
4 – Goats can and do jump four to five feet high to get to a limb of a tree they like so they can eat the tender leaves.
5 – Savannah, the donkey, will bray to say “Hello” to my hubby whenever he’s outside, even if he was just outside five minutes earlier.
Posted in animals, Anna Gary, artist, barns, blog, books, children stories, donkeys, Eve Culley's Blog eveculley.wordpress.com, geese, goats, painting, writing
Tagged Blogging, business, funny, stories, trivia