Dutch Hollow Acres is a family farm established in 2006 in Avon, New York. We specialize breeding Quality Morgan Friesian crosses from foundation Morgan Horse lines and Baroque Friesians. These Moriesian horses are very versatile and have successfully competed in everything from in-hand, competitive trail, pleasure carriage driving, CDE, Dressage, Hunt Seat, Games, and a whole lot more. Learn more about our Moriesians and schedule a visit to come see them yourself!
Our new mini Lily. We don’t have a harness for her yet but couldn’t pass up playing in the first snow of the season! So a little barn MacGyver work with bailing twine and a dressage girth we managed to rig up a harness to pull a sled! Such a good little pony she even pulls happily in just a halter and no blinkers :0)
For those of you who feed round bale hay know, the hardest part is keeping the bale dry so it doesn’t mold before the animals have time to finish eating it. Rain and warm air can destroy a bale in as little as 24 hours! This simple round bale hay feeder is not only [...]
Question: When you think of native or wild horses what climate are they living in? Are they in lush green forage of Kentucky? Or in arid climates like out west?
Horses are arid animals, their digestive system is meant to forage all day on small bites and to keep moving in search of food and [...]
Spring is here and with it endless hours of daylight which means lots of work is getting done on the farm. All these new farm chores are quite the work out so, if you’re looking to get into shape here are my recommendations.
Warm up – Never just jump right into a workout make sure [...]
Summary: 8′x8′ ft footprint and over 6′ tall! Large, light weight, easy to move with 1 person and about $200 to build!
Getting our first chickens meant building our first coop! I wanted a tractor format but something I could walk into and stand up in. At 6’2″ I don’t [...]
Well I was hoping to get a lot more done on the shawl but I’m only 11 pattern rows in out of a minimum of 20. Ugh.
I did bring it to the Buffalo Bills Game on Sunday. I had to work the game (just in case the internet went out) so that meant being [...]
Hi Fiber Arts Friday Fans,
My project and motivation from now until New Year’s is to complete a lace shawl project. I’ve made great progress on it so far but hello, it’s lace, and the bigger it gets the slower it gets. UGH.
Here’s the details.
The Deadline… New Year’s Eve The Project… Small Talk [...]