Category : 1818 Residents
We are always excited to have the opportunity to help animals. In an effort to raise money for the great people and animals at the Greater Huntsville Humane Society, 1818 Farms will be auctioning paintings of our three most popular Instagram pictures from the past year, as well as 2 other “artist choice” scenes from the […]
Friday, October 17th at 1818 Farms, 70 guests enjoyed a delicious and fresh four-course Farm-to-Table dinner prepared by Chef Jakob Reed of Albany Bistro in Decatur. While soft jazz music by A Mellow Tone played, guests mingled and enjoyed a variety of appetizers and viewed the garden and the animals. At sunset, guests were seated at […]
Chef Jakob Reed of Albany Bistro and Natasha McCrary of 1818 Farms present “Dinner on the Farm.” There will be two dates to choose from this year: Friday, September 12, 2014 starting at 6:30pm and Friday, October 17, 2014 starting at 6:00pm. Guests will enjoy a four-course, gourmet experience in historic Mooresville, AL. Upon arrival at […]
Thank you WAAY-TV for the wonderful spot you ran today during your 4pm News! We couldn’t have put together a better piece if we had written the script ourselves. It was great having Shawn and Suzanne come out and film so soon after the lambs were born. And you can tell that the chickens love […]
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.
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 […]