Archive for February, 2011

Hello Again!

February 25th, 2011 by Kim

Mace seems to think this pile of dirt was put there just for him….and he LOVES it!

Hello again to all our friends & welcome to those who are new to our site!  One of the nice things about owning Dexters, which I forgot to mention in my last post, is all the great people you get to meet.  It has been a season of greetings for us here lately, so I’ll give you the scoop on our most significant recent “hello’s”.  And if you don’t find other information you’re looking for here on the website, or if you have further questions about what you do find, please don’t hesitate to give us a “hello” – we’d love to hear from you!

Mace settled right back in with the girls at home.

Welcome Home, Mace!

We recently returned to Never Know Farm to say hello again to Hank & Zoh Murphy, and to Mace.  Our Little Man had successfully completed the job he went there to do, so it was time to come back home.  Hopefully their Mini Pearl gives them a nice little heifer this fall.   (more…)

Why Choose Dexters?

February 11th, 2011 by Kim


How can you resist such cute faces?

I get asked a lot of questions about keeping a Dexter as a family cow, and always end up telling people I love my Dexters.  And it’s true…I’ve been stricken with a disease known as “Dexteritis”.  There are so many good things about this little breed that it’s hard not to fall in love with them!  Although there are some issues with the breed that you need to watch out for, Dexters are definitely a prime choice for a homestead cow.  If you’re new to this family cow thing and wondering if a Dexter might be the cow for you, read on to learn what this diminuitive breed has to offer.  Here are some reasons you may want to choose Dexters for your homestead. (more…)