After a long illness,
we finally know the root of my evil and can now begin the fight. I did not breed any this year as I needed to concentrate on my health. Do look for goats in the coming year as I plan to begin breeding a few does soon.
Welcome to Lazy Acres Farms.We are located in Deep East Texas. We raise Fainting Goats and Miniature Horses and Shetlands . On our farm, we also have some "regular size horses", our LGD's,our 4 legged children(shhhhhhh, some of them do not know they are d-o-g-s), cats which include a polydactyl and a Sphynx, a donkey, a ferret and a Double Yellow Headed Amazon Parrot (if you like your fingers, keep them out of his cage...) and let us not forget Angel, a Llama and YES, they DO spit! We have Miniature Zebu cattle.
I was born with a love for horses. I remembering seeing my first miniature horses as a child growing up in SW Arkansas. We often went to the Ozarks, and it was during these trips to these beautiful mountains I first saw up close miniature horses. I was fascinated by them, but at that time, never thought I would decide to own them. When Cindy Deer retired, I decided to get a couple of her miniature horses. Well, like the fainters, they are addicting! What started off as a hobby has transformed into a bit more serious . I went from hobby to devoted myself to breeding a quality mini or Shetland that will knock your socks off! Feel Free to check out my horses and ponies.
Zorro is a rescue I raised from a puppy when he was only one week old. We could not help but fall in love with him! He is not only a great companion, but is a great helper with the goats. I jokingly refer to him as my "Little white heeler"