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Sand Hill Thicket Farm

Tales of stunning sunsets, happy sheep, and peace and quiet on a 10-acre farm in Northeastern Kansas.

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Ducklings

I’ve About Had It With Birds…

Every day I have to let my big male siamese cat, Ermine, into the master bedroom so he can get up on his carpeted cat tree and watch "birbs" out the window. It's the only window in the house with... Continue Reading →

Ducklings Learn to Swim Underwater

https://youtu.be/bH0yknPrZrU

Ducklings Take First Bath

https://youtu.be/03T51-_n8eM

Sleepy Ducklings

We are the proud parents of four ducklings. Even though I only ordered three Cayuga duck eggs, we ended up with one Cayuga duckling and three ducklings of unknown heritage. So, we will all have to wait and see what... Continue Reading →

Duck Egg Lockdown Begins!

First Pipped Chicken Egg!

Oh, how exciting! An Icelandic chicken egg has pipped and is getting ready to hatch! I can't wait. That's one out of four remaining eggs from the six we started with. Meanwhile, two of the duck eggs have turned into... Continue Reading →

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