“ BE A FARMER TODAY TOURS”
 
Tourists must wash and disinfect their hands prior to Entering.  They are taught the importance of washing to keep animals...
We teach children about the care of sheep their breeds and wool.
Every one gets to card wool.
And try their hand at spinning wool
Tourists see a demonstration  of how to milk goats
& given the opportunity to try.
Tourists feed and water Sheep.
See new born piglets, lambs, kids
and newly hatched chicks, ducks, & geese.
We will be starting a new tour incorporating the ponds & gardens
Tea Cup, Mugg, & Micro Mini Piglets are sold as pets from our farm.
Piglets are great for people that are allergic to cats or dogs and they can be trained to use a litter box.
Miniature Pigs can also be trained to obey commands, do tricks, & participate in competitions.
After feeding the pigs and chickens the tourists get to collect eggs from our new UFO Chicken House.
Tourists wash hands again before leaving. Craft items and meats are also available to purchase.
 
<ul><li>If you would like to learn how to spin, but buying a wheel just isn't in your budget. Then here's an easy and econ...
While training the indoor pig to use the litter box, keep him/her confined to a small area of your home. Do not give the p...
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  • Pass out Tour Cards, wool, carding brushes, and hand spinner. Talk about incorporating crafts to take home from tours
  • News Paper add and New Business Cards.
  • Crystal Brook Farms Market &Meats 9 2009

    1. 1. “ BE A FARMER TODAY TOURS”
    2. 3. Tourists must wash and disinfect their hands prior to Entering. They are taught the importance of washing to keep animals healthy.
    3. 4. We teach children about the care of sheep their breeds and wool.
    4. 5. Every one gets to card wool.
    5. 6. And try their hand at spinning wool
    6. 7. Tourists see a demonstration of how to milk goats
    7. 8. & given the opportunity to try.
    8. 9. Tourists feed and water Sheep.
    9. 10. See new born piglets, lambs, kids
    10. 11. and newly hatched chicks, ducks, & geese.
    11. 12. We will be starting a new tour incorporating the ponds & gardens
    12. 13. Tea Cup, Mugg, & Micro Mini Piglets are sold as pets from our farm.
    13. 14. Piglets are great for people that are allergic to cats or dogs and they can be trained to use a litter box.
    14. 15. Miniature Pigs can also be trained to obey commands, do tricks, & participate in competitions.
    15. 16. After feeding the pigs and chickens the tourists get to collect eggs from our new UFO Chicken House.
    16. 17. Tourists wash hands again before leaving. Craft items and meats are also available to purchase.
    17. 19. <ul><li>If you would like to learn how to spin, but buying a wheel just isn't in your budget. Then here's an easy and economical way to make you own drop spindle. Go to a craft shop that sells wooden products and buy a wooden car wheel about 2-3 inches in diameter, this will be the whorl part of the spindle. The wheel has already been drilled with a hole in the exact center which will keep the spindle from wobbling when it spins. </li></ul><ul><li>Next you need to find a dowel rod that will fit snugly in the center hole of the wheel. This will be the shaft of your spindle. The dowel rods are 3 feet long when you purchase them. I cut my shaft at 9 or 12 inches, so 3 or 4 spindles can be made with one dowel rod. </li></ul><ul><li>After you have the dowel rod cut, push it into the center hole of your whorl (wheel) allowing about 1 to 1 1/2 inch to stick out the bottom. This is know as a low-whorl or bottom-whorl spindle. </li></ul><ul><li>Now, drill a small hole in the center of the shaft, in the end at the top. I use a 5/64&quot; drill bit. Purchase a 1/4&quot; cup hook and screw it into the top of the shaft. This acts as a &quot;catch&quot; for your yarn so that it doesn't slip off the end while you are spinning. I usually sharpen the bottom end of the shaft to a dull point with a pencil sharpener so I can spin the spindle on a table top or in a small bowl like a top, if I want it supported. </li></ul><ul><li>You are now ready to add your &quot;leader&quot; yarn, to start your fiber on the spindle. You can use some home spun or store bought yarn around 12 to 14 inches in length. Tie this tightly to the shaft right above the whorl. </li></ul><ul><li>Next take the leader yarn over the side of the whorl, looped over the bottom inch that is sticking out, (this helps stabilize the yarn and balances the spin of the whorl) then back up over the side of the whorl and loop it onto the hook. Leave a couple of inches of yarn to start your fiber on. </li></ul>
    18. 20. While training the indoor pig to use the litter box, keep him/her confined to a small area of your home. Do not give the pig free run of the house while training. They should be placed in a semi private area. During training, do not over clean the litter box. Leave at least one &quot;pigpoo&quot; in the box. The scent stimulates him and signals this is the proper place to go.

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