New Babies In The Barn (lambs & Kids) Also Learn More About Our Navajo Churro Sheep

Well, it’s almost been one month since I launched ReWild Co. My target for sales was $1000 dollars and we are almost there! If some of you have stopped by the store and looked and are interested in something, I hope you go back and make a purchase. My one month anniversary is Feb. 21st. I would love that knowing that this vision is becoming a reality.

With that, I know all of you love babies and nothing is more darling than baby goats and little lambs. Well, as I have said, we are a multi-generational farm. I run this farm with my parents and it will be a legacy that passes down to me and my children. This video is of my mom Lori who is really the master animal husbandry person on the farm. We all play different parts on the farm. I run the company ReWild Co., my step dad manages all the infrastructure and the off grid solar etc. and we all do the heavy lift on the gardens, the hay, the stall stripping, fence building, pasture seeding and animal care. But, in early spring it is baby season and that is pretty much mom.

Here is a video she did yesterday for you all so you can see the babies but also learn much more about our sheep – the Navajo Churro. We will be selling our wool starting in the next few months. We would love for you all to learn more about this amazing breed and why we raise this endangered sheep.

Remember to press like and to subscribe to our farm HiBar Ranch youtube channel if you are interested in watching more videos about the farm life here where ReWild Co. is based.

And remember to check out my store!! Also, let me know if you are interested in farm tours and how to classes. These are offerings we will be building out in the coming months.

Published by HiBar Ranch, Farm & Forest

We run an organic farm in the Smoky Mountains of East TN. Our ancestors who first settled this region and were some of the first settlers of TN in the mid 1700s. We blog about farm life, off the grid, self sustainability and fiber arts/craftsmanship and lots and lots on growing your own food and building a self sufficient farm.

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