Entries from the ‘Favorite Things’ Category

Update On The Red Factor Canaries

Update On The Red Factor Canaries

Posted by F&S

We Frenchies can’t get enough of our new baby Red Factor Canaries.  They are so adorable and fun to watch.  Here’s a little update.  A little correction – On last weeks canary blog, we told you that the other nest contained three babies, but we were wrong.  There are five more babies!

Ghenghis Khan Visits The Donkeys

Ghenghis Khan Visits The Donkeys

Posted by Ghenghis Khan

I thought I would chime in today on The Daily Wag.  I know you’ve seen the donkeys plenty on this blog, but only through the eyes of Francesca and Sharkey.  I wanted to visit the donkeys by myself and get my own take on these adorable animals.

Bite Into The Facts...

Bite Into The Facts...

Posted by Pia

As promised last week, we have more myth-busting facts for you to sink your teeth into!
A huge thanks to The Humane Research Council for furthering the cause of animal welfare through sound research and fact based reporting. I encourage readers to support their work and to sign up for their informative alerts.
In kinship,
Dr. Pia Salk
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Potholes Galore!

Potholes Galore!

Posted by F&S

Winter has not been kind to the roadways and there are potholes everywhere.  Some are quite serious and we saw on the news that cars have actually fallen into giant craters!  Well, we don’t have problems of that magnitude at the farm, but we have potholes, none-the-less!

Some Changes With The Canaries!

Some Changes With The Canaries!

Posted by F&S

It dawned on us Frenchies that the last time we blogged about our Red Factor Canaries, the news wasn’t all that good.  In fact, it was quite sad with a mother and her babies dying.  Well, we have some very happy news to share!

Things You Don't See In The Wild!

Things You Don't See In The Wild!

Posted by F&S

Last week we Frenchies posted a blog about chasing fowl and how much fun it was.  Well, we were looking at the rest of our photos from that escapade and discovered something really wild.

Nurturing Healing Love

Nurturing Healing Love

Posted by F&S

We had a couple of very special visitors at the farm yesterday.  Traci Torres of My Pet Chicken, came to deliver some new baby chicks.  You can read about that today on Martha’s blog.  Traci brought one of her good friends, Scarlett Lewis, who has written a very special book called Nurturing Healing Love.  We …

Face Value...

Face Value...

Posted by Pia

Some new research reveals how faulty it can be to take things at face value….especially when it’s a real live face that’s being valued or de-valued…
Have a look at the photos used in Dr. Levy’s breed study and see how much appearance and breed make-up can actually differ- I found it very interesting!
I’ll have more …

No Squirrels To Chase?  How About Fowl?

No Squirrels To Chase? How About Fowl?

Posted by F&S

We Frenchies were feeling a bit like hunting and chasing the other day and we just couldn’t find any squirrels.  We thought about the chickens, but they live in a protected fortress.  Besides, Martha wouldn’t be thrilled if we happened to play rough with one of her precious hens.  So, we headed out to broader …

More New Outfits From PetSmart

More New Outfits From PetSmart

Posted by F&S

As you may have noticed, we Frenchies are quite the fashionistas!  We just love the Martha Stewart Pets line at PetSmart and we would like to model some more of our new spring outfits for you.