Announcement May these pictures lift a heavyheart and bring a smile to your face. :-))
May these pictures lift a heavyheart and bring a smile to your face. :-))
Anonymous on Jan 15, 2012
Absolutely beautiful picture. My daughter loved it. Terrific quality of photo, and she was so surprised on Christmas day. Thanks for terrific service. You did make it a dandy day!
Anonymous on Jun 24, 2010
What a cute photo of two animals who are obviously friends! I love the added attraction of the chickens in the background and all that beautiful green grass!! Thanks for the fast shipping and sharing your beautiful farm with us. :)
Anonymous on Jun 24, 2010
Fast shipping and I love this scene! I could sit and look at it for hours pretending I was there, if I had time to...really love the touches of pink that the red bud trees give with all that green. Just Beautiful!
Enjoying Farm Life, but It's Not All Fun and Games
My wife and I have a small farm where we have goats along with many other types of animals and birds. We call our farm KaRo Farms by using the first two letters of her name, Kathy, and the first two letters of my name, Robin.
I like to take pictures of the animal as they interact with each other. The larger animals like the smaller ones to get on them as it gives them a good backrub. I have seen the donkey deliberately go up to something that a goat kid is on, so the kid can then jump over onto his back.
There are other pictures that are not of the animals, but they were all taken on our farm. Some might see that a certain quality is lacking in my pictures. There are other pictures out there that far surpass mine in quality, for sure. But I do the best that I can with the equipment that I have. I enjoy showing, the best that I can, the interaction of the animals and the beauty of Gods creation. If you can enjoy it also as I show it, I thank you. If you choose to buy some, I will thank you again.
It may be me, but I think that some of these pictures are some of the cutest animal pictures that you will ever run across anywhere.
If you would like to see a video of the kids playing on the calf, you can see one on my YouTube site here;
I put a lot of my pictures on my SmugMug site here;
To me each picture has a story, and on SmugMug I tell some of those stories with the pictures. If you see a picture on there that you would like that I don’t have on here, let me know and I will sure make a listing of it on here for you.
Thank you for your interest,
Robin & Kathy
Owner, Designer, Maker, Curator, Clean-up-man
This is me with some of our farm and animals showing.
What you see is ready for immediate shipment.
Accepted payment methods
- Accepts Etsy gift cards
Refunds and Exchanges
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Additional policies and FAQs
Titled pictures will be sent unless asked for untitled pictures. Personally I think that the Title adds to the cuteness but if you only want the picture, just let me know and I will print you up only the picture without the words,execpt for my name.
The picture measurments that I give are from the top of the picture to the bottom of the wording or title.
Some people ask what the things are on some of the goats necks. They are yokes that keep them from going in the small door of the chicken shed. If they can, they go in and over eat on the corn, then bloat and die. That makes me sad when that happends (it dosen’t make them to happy either). I would rather keep a yoke on them, and it does make them easier to catch and hold when I need to.