Lots of furry friends… and a donkey named Puddles

Cabin Creek Babies are growing up!

Hard to believe a couple babies will be leaving for their forever home soon.  The mamma’s are leaving them to their own devices more and more, they show real independence when being moved from pen to pasture.  No more running nicely along with mamma, lured by the rattle of some grain in a bucket.  Now they scamper off, not caring about rules, fences, grain, or mamma, they see PANSIES!  That’s dessert in lamb language!

Cabin Creek Acres New Arrivals

Hidden away, not where they were supposed to be, this morning I found a bundle of Joy!GEDC0501

Mamma Holly finally produced her first offspring, SIX baby bunnies. 

GEDC0502Hard to tell exactly when they were born, already fat and happy.  Holly had made a tunnel out of the protective tarp I use on the floor….built a nest, instead of using the already prepared nest box, and had her babies.


I found them while I was cleaning, picked them up all bundled in their furry nest and  laid them in the box, counting five, including one little cold one that had wandered away.

Just now I thought I should check on them, especially the chilly one, and found ONE MORE!. 

Holly is a little stand-offish, but by the size of their tummies, they are being fed and cared for.   This gives me something to do in between bottle feeding Scarlett, the baby lamb and waiting for Shar the sheep to produce her baby(s).

So, even though the sun refuses to shine, and it is still cold and windy and snow-covered outside, Cabin Creek Acres is happy to welcome new arrivals.

Available at Weaning: 2013 lambs- reserve Now!

GEDC0391Martha, twin born 2/21/13, Dam : Nabssar y#10885, Sire  Nabssar#11612

GEDC0392George, her twin born 2/21/13

GEDC0400Aggie, born 2/23/23, ewe, single – Dam Nabssar#11480, Sire –#1162, Chunky

GEDC0421 Twins ;  Harry (black)  and Sally(off white) born 2/27/13 to  Dam Nabssar 10884  Sire: #1162


GEDC0423Thelma and Louise twins born 2/28/13 both ewes, both black from dam #10882, sire#1162


Rams available as whethered or intact

Two yearlings available:  Miss Daisy and Miss Peep, unrelated to new rams to make breeding pairs  Would breed this fall.

New Pictures of Harry and Sally

GEDC0449     Harry finally comes out of the corner

GEDC0448  Sally, not so shy, could it be he doesn’t like wearing Rubber Duckies?

All is well at Cabin Creek Acres.

Have to leave the farm for a bit today, those two sheep still to go, and Hillary the goat will probably choose this time to have their babies!

We are the first of the 2013 “crop”

GEDC0403 Two white ewes, one black ram, gorgeous and healthy

Another Day Ends at CabinCreekAcres

My last trip to the barn for the day, as I approached the door, I could hear the babies GEDC0403Hard telling who belongs to who anymoreGEDC0404they take turns jumping in and out of the grain bowl, until one gets tired andGEDC0402takes a nap

This is Aggie, born last nightGEDC0400named because she is very aggressive, her mamma doesn’t care much about mothering, but Aggie doesn’t take no for an answer!


LaVerne was a false alarm this morning, another few days I guess….now I can sleep a little.

Call Ducks, growing up at Cabin Creek Acres!


Joey and Rachel, that’s Mom and Dad, to the babies, are the biggest white and the multi color.GEDC0280

That’s Joey in the water, all by himself


What a happy bunch! – But we need to downsize….so Babies are for Sale!

Snooze, Miss Daisy and Miss Peep

GEDC0239Miss Peep is the biggest, Snooze is the darkest, and Miss Daisy is still petite!

For Goat Lovers!

GEDC0214It’s raining a little so we expect dinner in today!GEDC0215this is Beau and Luke and Sargent

GEDC0220Beau and Luke   We are all pygmy/fainting mix.

Babies Ready to Find New Homes

Cabin Creek Acres has had a number of new babies in the past few weeks, and we’re starting to find new homes for them.

We have a special section of our site where you can find the latest news about sheep ready for purchase. Head over to the SALES page for more info.

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