Spring is my favorite season for farm Instagram—it’s when all the animals start to have babies. And it’s not just the sheep, cows, and horses you’d expect. It’s also the barn cats, sheepdogs, chickens, and ducks!
So in addition to the lifestyle porn they generate year-round, farm accounts go into overdrive around now by pumping your feed full of grade-A lamb, puppy, and duckling content. Here’s where you can find it:
Very cute wife-and-husband team Louisa Conrad and Lucas Farrell moved to Southern Vermont and started their own goat farm. They sell goat’s-milk cheese and caramels and are also super good at photography. What more could you monsters want?
Nina Fuller raises sheep on her farm in Hollis, Maine, and has a donkey, a mule, and some goats to keep them company. You can stay on the farm via AirBnb, too—which is awesome.
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Pee-roh is finding out its not the most ideal situation, but it will suffice. He was one of triplets, is an extreme runt, but is "cool as the other side of the pillow". Now to see if we can get him the nutrients he needs to give this life a go. #yonderwayfarm #stewartscott #peeroh
10) Airyolland Farm
Janet McQuistin raises Highland cattle and four types of sheep on her New Luce, Scotland farm.