Category : 1818 Happenings
At 10:05pm and 11:00pm on 5/19/14, Buttercup gave birth to twin ewes. We had always thought Buttercup would give birth before Lulu because she was so much bigger, but it was Lulu who gave birth first. Now we know why Buttercup was so big: twins! You can really see their daddy, Kain, in their faces […]
Last Monday we met our friends from Flying Newf Farm to pick up our new, 9 week old ram, named Thor. Thor is the son of Tennessee Whiskey and Riesling at Flying Newf and has beautiful white wool. Thor has fit in well at 1818 Farms, already bonding with Ollie.
1818 Farms was proud to host a gathering of Twickenham Fest supporters last night. Twickenham Fest is a summer chamber music festival in Huntsville, Alabama. In 2010, co-founders Susanna Phillips and Matthew McDonald came together to bring the best young classical musicians to Huntsville. Each year, the Fest brings into Huntsville several Artists in Residence […]
At 10:36am on 5/16/14, Lulu gave birth to little boy lamb. We were right in the middle of a field trip with a First United Methodist SWEEM preschool class. Needless to say, it made for a memorable day for the children. UPDATE: his name is Ollie!
It is that time of year again. The sheep finally get to shed their thick winter coat. We were hoping to plan another party and invite the public for this year’s shearing, but due to the pregnancy of some of the sheep, and the schedule of our shearer, we had to go ahead and get […]
With Easter just around the corner, I thought I would share some of the Easter tablescapes I designed this year. These are all very simple to make and appealing to your Easter guests. These tablescapes range from a casual children’s table to a formal luncheon or dinner with family and friends. […]
I am thrilled to be the guest speaker for 11th Annual Trinity Market Place Kick-Off Luncheon! Join me for a lovely luncheon where I will share my adventure story of starting 1818 Farms. I will also give some great tips on Spring Decorating. This event will be held on Tuesday, March 4 at 11:00 a.m. […]