Friday, May 29, 2009

2nd Annual TDA Donkey Day Expo - Sat. 6.06.09



The Tennessee Donkey ASSociation will be hosting its:


2nd Annual Donkey Day Expo
Saturday 6.06.09
10am - 5pm


Activities for the kids - Bring the family!
Clinics
Crafts & Flea Market
FREE

This is a great event to bring the whole family to! It is held at the Maury County Park in Columbia, TN (watch for our signs)
We will also have food concessions!
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Sunday, May 24, 2009

PMF King Coal (son of Bo Jackson)



Our herdsire, PMF King Coal, is offered for limited outside breeding to qualified jennets. We have just a few spots left for this fall.

Contact us for more information at 615.807.3848

Thursday, May 21, 2009

We are going to do what??

A few months ago I overheard Bill and a neighbor talking about baling the neighbors field for hay. I didn't think a thing about it as this conversation has happened many times over the last 5 years.

Well, the next thing I know, equipment starts showing up finding happy places to park in our barnyard and the neighbors too. Could this really be happening? Could my hubby REALLY be doing this? The hubby who prefers his clothes to be starched and pressed with the best of military creasing? The man who said to me before we ever were married that he couldn't see himself living more than 5 minutes from a grocery store (he has since decided he will NEVER live in town again)..... YEP! After many hours of all the typical "never done this before" OTJ training........ we have fresh, square bales of hay in the field!

Will wonders never cease?

(I hope not!)






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Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Can you say rain? I mean.... RAIN!

2009 will definitely be the year of many weather discussions! First, it was the long, drawn out, colder than (bleep) winter.... now it is rain! I know, I know..... Our farm is supplied only by a spring for water - so we are very thankful for the rain. But, it has been raining or has looked like rain for the last 10 days! Since April 26, PPH has had 9.07 inches of rain!

All the hay fields (including ours... which is REALLY our front yard!) are waiting rather impatiently to be mowed. The first cutting is going to be pretty stalky, as the rain has shot the seed stalks up to over 5 feet! Crazy isn't it?

We have a reprieve today from any rain. But tonight and for the next 5 days, we have at least a 40% chance of rain. Anybody want to go mud-bogging? :-)

Friday, May 8, 2009

Our website has been updated



Our website has been updated - including the donkeys offered for sale. Hope you enjoy the video's (I am JUST learning how to do the video's so they are a little elementary)!

If you catch any typo's or bad links, please shoot me an email at diana@pphfarm.com

Thank you for (virtually) visiting our farm!

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Monday, May 4, 2009

FRANKLIN RODEO PARADE this Saturday!


This Saturday, May 9th at NOON in downtown Franklin is the 60th annual Franklin Rodeo Parade! This is a great family event and is the pre-curser to the Franklin Rodeo which begins on Thursday 5.14.09.
Many members of the Tennessee Donkey ASSociation will be driving or walking their donkeys in the event. So come on out and cheer us on!
If I can answer any questions about the event, I will! Just give me a call!

Sunday, May 3, 2009

Subscribe to our blog

I just added a new "gadget" to our blog page..... Sign up to receive an email whenever the blog has been updated.

It just takes a sec.... look at the top of the right column and fill in your email address. Easy, peasy!

Friday, May 1, 2009

Watch our babies play!

Since our next foals are not due until July, we have moved the cam outside. Enjoy a few laughs by watching the babies play....


CLICK HERE TO WATCH!


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