It has been a BIG month here at Harmony Farms. We weaned 2021’s Dorper Sheep lamb crop in preparation for the August 11th Shepherdess Dorper Lamb sale and completed a flock expansion project! The video above gives you all the details. Thank you for joining me on this journey. Scroll to the bottom for the LIVE ONLINE EVENTS I am hosting this month!
I have just completed a 3000 mile trek to bring some of the best Dorper Sheep Genetics back to Harmony Farms. I am now running two lines of genetics here on the farm: a registered flock and a commercial flock. I am so grateful to the Lord for open doors.
This month we weaned 2021’s Dorper lamb crop! I am so excited about how these
little not-so-little lambs are looking. What you see is 100% grass and mom’s milk only. We did not grain supplement any of our Spring 2021 lambs!
The workload is heavy right now. Acclimating the new livestock, giving the entire flock their annual pedicure (aka, trimming 140 hooves), and maintaining the daily rotational grazing program… it’s been non-stop! I’m enjoying the gift of strong, black coffee and the help of an incredible support group.
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-the Shepherdess“Know ye that the Lord he is God: it is he that hath made us, and not we ourselves; we are his people, and the sheep of his pasture.” Psalm 100:3
My name is Grace and I am the Shepherdess at Harmony Farms. I jumped into farming in 2020 with no previous experience in agriculture. My background and primary occupation is in business management and retail marketing. My goal in farming is to build a profitable farm business on 30 acres by the year 2027! I am doing this with a flock of full blood Dorper sheep.
This month marks my one year anniversary as the Shepherdess at Harmony Farms. As I close out year one I am beginning the process of building out a second flock of Dorper sheep. This video gives some insights on why I am doing this. Thank you all for following my Dorper sheep farming journey!
“A man’s heart plans his way, But the Lord directs his steps.” Proverbs 16:9