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Mr. Ed’s Farm is 160 acres of fields, woods and meadows, with more than two miles of sleigh trails.
As you drive up, look for the sign on Foss Road.
Winston: Just a good ol’ farm dog.
Rosie (border collie): Herding sheep is her passion.
Rosie and Winston’s puppies take a break from playing on the farm.
The chicken coop: Where the hens rule the roost.
The Rooster: Mr. Ed’s alarm clock.
Who’s baaaaa-d? A flock of North Country Cheviot and Suffolk sheep are at the farm.
Otis the guard llama keeps a watchful eye on the rest of the animals.
Marshmallow: A very curious goat.
Gladys and Lucille: A couple of sweet pigs.
Bud and Cody, a couple of the Percheron horses that provide horsepower, pause while munching some hay.
Mick and Bud take a break from pulling the sleigh.
The old barn, where the horses come in for their grain.
Mr. Ed doing the morning chores.
Joe and Vinnie, two jersey boys. Born in September, 2012.
Cheese and Quackers, a couple of Muscovy ducks