Hello and Welcome to Morgan Farms! We are located in Frankfort, Kentucky where we raise Shetland and Jacob sheep. In addition to sheep, we also raise a very large garden, laying hens, and honeybees. There is never a dull moment on the farm. Please feel free to take a look around!
Is been awhile since we have updated the page. Hopefully in this new year we can do a better job. Winter is a slower time around the farm but it give us a chance to prepare for Spring.
I haven’t posted in a couple of weeks. Nothing much going on but rain! Two weekend ago we went to a friends farm near Morehead. Phillip helped them learn to shear and Karen and I helped them skirt fleece. Thanks to Debbie and Stephanie.
Ethan likes to help out around the farm. We call him our ‘farmer in training’.
For the past few weeks it has been rainy and gloomy. This week is no exception. More rain is in the forecast. This is what most of the yard and lots around the barn look like.
January 30, 2020
Andy, the llama, needed some veterinarian attention. He had developed an abscess on his jaw. The vet treated Andy for that, trimmed his hooves and trimmed his teeth. Andy is doing fine.
January 29, 2020
Today is Ethan’s 7th birthday. He and Aaron went to a UK basketball game tonight. After school today he requested a special snack, a banana split.
January 26, 2020
This afternoon I took Anna Claire to the 4-H Livestock Club meeting. Though she is still a Clover Bud, a novice, it was good for her to attend the meeting. Next year she will be required to attend the meetings so she can show her lamb. She and her cousin, Preston, both have been showing sheep and had no problem getting in the pen with the lambs.
January 25, 2020
It has been very rainy here the last few weeks. How rainy…….. even Khole is wishing for some sun.
January 23, 2020
A couple of years ago we had several fox that raised young on our neighbors farm and a another group that had a den near where Aaron has built his house. We enjoyed watching them, especially the young. However they became a brave and would run in the field where the sheep were, run around the barn and even came in the yarn and chased a couple of chickens. Chesney (the dog) rescued the chicken and chased the fox off. So Aaron and Ethan went hunting. This was the result. What a pretty animal, Aaron decided to have it mounted.
January 22, 2020
This year we are feeding round bales of hay. Anna Claire and Ethan found that the rolls were fun to climb on until Anna Claire slipped down in between two and got stuck. Ethan had to go for help (he took his time, rather unconcerned). Aaron went to the rescue. Anna Clarie was pulled out but her boots were stuck. They were rescued too.