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N1959 Kroncke Road
Poynette, WI 53955

Take Hwy 51 North from Madison, go straight onto Hwy 22, turn east (right) onto Hwy 60 almost immediately. Drive 2 miles and go North (left) onto Kroncke Road. We're just over a mile on the left-hand side.

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Saturday, August 22, 2009

Lapacek’s Orchard Welcomes Itsy, ZESTAR!, and Tree

Yes, we are welcoming three new goats to the orchard today! Cedi named them: Itsy, Zestar! (after her favorite apple at the time) and Tree (it was Galya, but then tree…we’ll see what she says tomorrow).046 The whitest goat is Itsy.027 We decided to go with goats instead of cows this year since the cows escaped early last year and in the process of coralling them, Jared fell and broke a couple of ribs. An injured picker/cider-maker/caramel-appler is not an option again. Of course, our lovely new goats have already escaped. Diane was running the store while the others picked apples when this happened. Luckily, some very kind, patient and talented customers, Susan and Edward Dotski helped wrangle the goats back into the Barnyard. (THANKS!)028 029 030 031 I hope you all decide to come and visit our new family members! While you’re there don’t forget to say ‘Hi’ to our other farmyard friends!

053 Our Emus Mac ‘n’ Tosh040Of course, there are a couple of chickens to be seen running around. 043Our newest canine addition, Jackson – a beautiful Newfoundland - Golden Retriever Mix. 044We can’t forget about Barney – our friendly St. Bernard – Great Pyrenees mix!057 And, the kids always seem to enjoy seeing how many of our farm cats they can find!

I’ll keep you all posted if we add any new animals to our little menagerie.

6 comments:

Debbie said...

Oh wow! I would love to come see you all!

Beads, Beads and more Beads said...

What a great little farm, what fun! Hope you have a great apple season! pjlacasse

CrazyDaisiesDesigns said...

What great fun! They will keep you busy! But give you so much in return. Congrats on the goats!
CDD

ENUWBE said...

What a great farm! Can me and the kiddos come visit?

Kim said...

Everyone is more than welcome to come for a visit! We love that :)

niftyknits said...

looks fun :-)

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