Due to very serious health concerns, I have moved to Hawaii, hoping for some magic healing and wellness, and if not, at least I spend the last of my life in Paradise.
Frank has been abandoned in Missouri with all of the critters, and is going to close it down as quickly as he can and join me here. We will be taking three Icelandic Sheepdogs, which is going to cost a lot of money and time. (Nelly is now with David Grote and his wonderful farm, Whipperwool Farm, in Iron River, Wisconsin.)
We have a flock of Tennessee Fainting goats (about 16), a flock of tame and lovely Toulouse Geese, a dozen Muscovy ducks, my precious Icelandic chickens, and two guard dogs who will be looking for new homes.
I would love for Buffy my 7 year old Great Pyrenees to go with the geese and/or the goats. She is quite bonded to them, and them to her. All of them respect electric fence, and I’d love my geese to have pasture and a pond. Buffy is a pretty chill girl. She barks at night, but not obsessively. If she can’t go with Angel, she’d be great to pair up with a young puppy and let her teach it how to guard like she did with Angel.
I don’t mind selling either the goats or ducks separately, but will definitely give preference to those with ponds, pasture and guardian dogs.
We’ve been raising Icelandic Chickens for ten years now. I would love to sell the flock as a whole, and find someone who wants to continue my preservation efforts. I will definitely give preference to someone who has no other breeds of chicken on the property. Angel, my year old Anatolian Shepherd guardian dog would be a good idea. He is quite bonded to them. He is great with electric fence, and a big lovely boy, 18 months old, and been with my critters since he was 8 weeks old.
If you are interested in some of our animals, please write to me with an offer at email@example.com and we’ll discuss. I am hoping to make enough money to bring my dogs to Hawaii, so even if you aren’t interested yourself, perhaps share this with someone you know you might be.
We are located about 20 minutes from Branson, Missouri. The home number is 417-334-3143 if you’d like to talk to Frank about it.