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Reply Aeris
3:54 PM on March 26, 2019 
Thank you for sharing all the photographs of your beautiful poultry. We have a small family farm in Northwestern Pennsylvania.
Reply Rev Penny Dean
6:25 PM on December 3, 2018 
Love your site!
Reply Sheryl Bock
11:19 AM on June 19, 2017 
I'm always looking at how I can better my flock!
Reply Anndrea Chinawong
9:19 AM on April 24, 2017 
All your birds are so pretty! We are still building our coop but I am looking around to see whats out there! ; ) Id really like a Polish Chicken! Love the frazzled look!! ; )
Reply Gary Burton
6:01 PM on December 23, 2016 
You have the birds to bad you do not ship. Providence, KY
I am working on Red Americanas. Below to the breeders and the alliance for Americanas.
Reply Rebecca Richer
5:21 PM on July 28, 2016 
Love your farm pictures!!! Got your card from 2 people that said you maybe able to help me with Guinea's.
Reply sara garcia
2:30 PM on July 26, 2016 
Hi, I am from north Texas. We have micro mini farm on two acres. We have a have 12 chickens and two pygmy goats.
2:28 PM on May 26, 2016 

Will be looking to buy chicks an birds + after July 1

Thank you


Thanks again an GOD BLESS
Reply Shisler Family
7:42 AM on March 27, 2016 
You have a awesome set-up. Our girls feel in love with all the animals but I think if they could have figured out how to get Wishbone in the car they would have. We loved all the different chicks that you offered and cant wait to continue to grow our flock!
Reply cousin Mary Remen
12:33 PM on March 26, 2016 
So impressed again this year with all your pictures. What a great life you have...
Reply Kathy
7:47 PM on March 4, 2016 
Love your site. LOVE all the animals. You're so fortunate to be able to live with all of them.

Have you ever raised Nankin Bantams?
Reply luiz santos
1:07 AM on July 11, 2015 
I live in Brazil. Congrats for the beatiful site. Animals are in good shape.Well cared. Thank you. Good Luck.
Reply The Sullivan Famiy
10:10 AM on February 8, 2015 
I am amazed by all your breeds there. There are several we have been hoping to get.
Reply Lulu
11:39 PM on November 27, 2014 
Hi, I just recently found your farm and its website by doing a google search for rare polish crested chickens. You have quite an eclectic mixture of some very interesting and beautiful birds. I see you have other animals I will check out once I get my fill of your birdies. Just lovely! Thanks for sharing bits and glimpses of what looks to be your wonderful life and the happiness (and hard work) it brings. I too have more of a "yolkette" as we sell eggs from our pet hens who live their lives with us from babies to they are naturally called home to the big coop in the sky. Our focus is on the eggs which seems to be the opposite, not in a bad way, to what you do. The chickens are the first order of things. My eggs are known for their color, shape and textures. It is all big fun and I cannot imagine life without my flock of characters. We do not eat our birds and are adding many more varieties at the end of March. I wish there were a local group to me here in the Lower Hudson Valley NY to are small hobby farms like ours to larger outfits with a small steady clientele. I have less than 80 but would like to add more to make our eggs even more unusual when dozens are proffered-I love to see the look on my client's face when they open their boxes. All good things. Do you post egg photos? Thanks for letting me ramble. Post Thanksgiving coma. All the best, lulu d'X/Pinterest
Reply adithya
11:03 PM on November 11, 2014 
hai i am from India so some of ur chickens...they all are so beautiful and ur farm is the best.. hats of to u.. for running such a gr8 farm in such tip top there some way that u coud shipe me some fertile india...
Reply Serenity
10:33 PM on October 24, 2014 
Seen some mares lately that reminded me way too much of Tango. So glad to see you still have her. :)
Reply Teresa
9:55 PM on April 14, 2014 
Stumbled upon your website while Googleing fancy chicken breeds. Beautiful farm you have!
Reply Hailey Strupp
9:13 AM on March 18, 2014 
From Mr.Os class. Found it from him.
Reply Brittany
9:13 AM on March 18, 2014 
Found the website from Mr. Osterhaus's room!
Reply Kat Kinser
4:30 AM on November 27, 2013 
I found the webpage!
Reply Rachel Aspenson
2:14 PM on October 21, 2013 
Would love to visit.
Reply Joanie Fullerton
5:44 AM on September 30, 2013 
Glad to see you have red bantam cochins!
Reply Tina Berg
9:02 AM on September 25, 2013 
I love all the different kind of chickens you have. We have a small hobby farm in Grand Chute WI. We will have to take a ride your way some time.
Reply Carolyn Warnke
11:30 AM on August 15, 2013 
This is the first year raising chicks and I am looking to expand to a few breeds that are hard to find at our local feed stores. I see you have frizzles. Do you have any Polish Bantam Frizzled Buff or Silver Laced female chicks for sale. We live in Mukwonago, WI and would love another reason to take a drive in your beautiful area close to LaCrosse to pick up a few new breeds of chicks.
Reply Patti Davis
5:09 PM on July 21, 2013 
I'm very excited to come visit your farm and learn some tips and tricks for the care of my new chickens.
Reply Dan
10:35 PM on May 27, 2013 
This is By FAR one of the Best Photo & Documented Web Sites I've Seen..
Really Enjoyed the Visit.
Keep Up the Good Work.
Reply pam
11:03 PM on May 24, 2013 
c have such a good and different lot of photoes i enjoyed looking at the and colours and breeds
Reply Edith (Edie) Buxton
1:57 PM on May 11, 2013 
Hi! We just moved to a 6 acre farm(house) in Michigan. I am starting out with chicks in just a few days. We ordered 5 Golden-laced Wyandottes, 5 Silver-laced Wyandottes (Plus one male that my husband doesn't know about) and 5 Silver-laced Polish. We also got fish for the pond today which is loaded with tadpoles. There is A LOT of work that has to be done around here, but we look forward to the challenge. I enjoy your site and will be checking in on occasion.
Reply Chris Chapman
9:20 PM on May 9, 2013 
Love the site. Thank you for sharing :) I'm in Prince Edward Island, Canada and this will be my first year with chickens. I get my chicks this weekend. I look forward to perusing your site over the next while :)
Reply Mick and Joella Auger
5:16 PM on May 9, 2013 
Thanks for calling me back about your horses! I wanted to drop a line and let you know I checked out your website- and added as a favorite! I will be contacting you about turkeys.. and we will still have to talk about horses..
Reply Louise Cook
3:53 PM on April 17, 2013 
Love the incubator! Do you know where I can get one? I live in southern Illinois
Reply laurie voelker
2:58 AM on March 22, 2013 
Cool chicken pics!
Reply Jude
3:57 AM on January 28, 2013 
forgot to mention.....i'm fron Australia!
Reply Jude
3:56 AM on January 28, 2013 
hi there, great pics of chookies....i have polish frizzles x naked necks...having trouble sexing them.....some have standy up feathers on their heads and some have 'brush back' hairdoes like the naked necks....any ideas? tks
Reply sriharsha t m
4:10 AM on January 10, 2013 
i luv birds.i need sum of ur collections.i am frm india.if it is possible u help me for my collections.i wil buy
Reply june lovejoy
11:24 AM on January 3, 2013 
I so enjoyed all the pictures ! don't have any chicken yet. I live in Victorville, California
Reply Vickie Cook
11:59 AM on December 11, 2012 
I am fromthe northeast orner of Mississippi.I have 62 chickens;black,blue,buff,partiage,and white silkies,coronation sussex,cooper marans,wyndottes(silver laced),easter eggers,cochins,call ducks,and 2 midget white turkeys.I also have 1 minature horse,5 sheep,12 goats,and rabbits.I just love my farm and all my animals.I like to look at other peopls animals so that why I was visiting your site.Thank you!
Reply Sandy
9:29 AM on December 3, 2012 
Awesome site, I just started with chickens since I retired February this year. Love them, soooo much personality. I live in N central Arkansas
Reply Marti Godwin
9:49 PM on October 28, 2012 
Loved looking at your chicken photos. You have some beautiful birds and such a variety! I'm a bit of a chicken collector myself here in Texas and always enjoy seeing what others have.
Reply Minola Goodwin
9:22 AM on October 21, 2012 
really enjoyed your site...especially love the chickens..wish they were available in my area..Nova Scotia Canada.
Reply Raquel Larson
10:51 PM on September 25, 2012 
Hi, I really enjoyed your pictures. I have a similar "zoo" at my hobby farm. Pigmy goats, mini white donkeys, mini horse, adopted mustang, llama, pigs, call ducks, pekin duck, one of every breed of chicken, sheep, ...changes all the time. Plus 4 kids to enjoy them all. One question, how do you pay for it all? I dread going to the feed mill. I'm glad I have a good paying job. I would love to get some bb red modern games for my oldest son. He has one rooster he got his first year showing and would love to get more. We are from Sauk County near the Dells.
Reply Leah Dickson
4:58 PM on September 24, 2012 
Thanks for listing the bird swaps and auctions, just what I was looking for!!
Reply Jen Peikert
3:38 AM on August 13, 2012 
I came across your site looking for some unique fertile eggs and saw that you're a pig mama too! We are a special breed, aren't we!!??! lol I have Smuggles, my 2 y/o baby girl, and Squiggy, my 1 y/o rescue baby boy. I have never loved an animal as much as I love my porcine babies!
You have a beautiful website and an even more beautiful farm! So much to be proud of! :8)
I did see you don't ship birds, but will you ship eggs? Truly unique and striking chickens! I'd love to be a proud chicken mama of some of your beauties!
Thank you for sharing such a loving place with us!
Thank you for also promoting PBP education prior to being a PBP parent! So nice to see another family enjoying their piggles and not increasing the piggy population.
Reply praveen
5:11 AM on August 10, 2012 
Hi ., i like ur farm. thanking u to share this awesome pictures.. am wishing to make this type farm...anyway am wishing all success & bright future..god bless.
Reply Sheryl Hurley
6:58 PM on July 23, 2012 
Our family of six moved from Evansville, Wisconsin to Kearney, Missouri three years ago. We purchased a little 20 acre hobby farm. Since we have been raising some beef just for our family needs and chickens.
While researching what the last batch of chicks are going to look like we ran across your sight.
My four boys all said, "Wow, I wish that our farm will look like that one day."
Thus far we have 26 hens that we have had over a year now and 58 assorted chicks. Our main purpose is to show our kids where our food comes from and we sell our extra eggs. We also have a couple gardens. We live in Clay County Missouri. Yes, we have clay. Slowly getting our gardens soil amended to grow great veggies. The chickens and cattle are helping out with this.
Suggestion....have some information on your sight along with the pictures.
We will visit your site again.
Reply tina nead
3:02 AM on June 25, 2012 
i visit farm and got alot chicks last yr and blk cochins came 2nd in elroy fari and male cochins came 1st elroyshe did pretty good do this 1st time she thought u like now how ur chicks did in the fari thank u having health chicks
Reply Marie Frederick
7:57 AM on June 17, 2012 
Might be needing a black frizzle hen born earlier than Jan. 1, 2012? Do you have any for sale?
Reply Marianne R
10:12 AM on June 8, 2012 
Another wonderful trip to Triple Spring Acres . . . 3 Mom's 10 kids (under the age of 8), and Michelle didn't blink an eye! She graciously let the kids run around checking out all the animals and the scenic little farm . . . came home with 5 lovely little chicks to add to our backyard hens! Thanks Michelle!
Reply Kathy Vert
8:54 AM on May 15, 2012 
What a lovely family with a lovely farm--heartwarming. Your children have been so blessed with the lifestyle you chose!
Reply Jill Koopmann
4:30 PM on April 27, 2012 
Hi y'all, Love your farm!!! It is picture perfect! Thanks for sharing this awesome site. Animals are so much fun and they truly have a personality of their own. Jill