Good bye city life! Our family designed and built an industrial but old fashioned farmhouse on nine acres.
Now we are building our homestead ~ or is it building us?
Grab your boots and join us on our journey to country living.

Farm Animals

Almost four years ago, we moved here with two dogs. Today, we are over run with farm animals.  Somedays we have no idea what we are doing with them but we are learning as we go.  Some of our animals are for pure enjoyment and some of them are for food.  We take care of all of them to the best of our ability, giving them a wonderful home while they live at the Rockin' S~Squared Farm.


We have one horse named Denero Doll but we all call her D.  She's a beautiful little registered paint.  Currently she is learning to jump with our son, Jonah, and she is loving it.


New Hampshire Reds and Araucanas laying hens ~ 20 or so (I can never keep count).

Jacob Sheep
 We have a small flock (around 20) of Registered American Jacob Sheep.  Jacobs are two or four horned sheep and are used for meat as well as wool for spinning yarn on our farm.  For more information on this heritage breed see our flock page, S-Squared Jacob Sheep

Daffodil ~ our first animal born on the farm

Our Huacaya Alpaca provide fiber for spinning, as well as entertainment!

Simon & Garfunkel
and Gladys

Boer Goat
Brownie ~ a pet goat that thinks she is a dog.

Angus Cattle
We raise a few steers every year to provide beef for our family.

and a few pigs for pork.

Golden Retrievers

This girl carries empty feed sacks and full grocery bags.

our BIG boy pup

and last but not least 
a "Barn" Cat

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