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All New! Wildfire Farms Goat Milk Soap!

Wildfire farms is now carrying homemade goat milk soap! Made from all natural ingredients, some of which come from our own farm.

Easter Egger

October Breed Of The Month

The Easter Egger is by far the most popular chicken sold at Wildfire Farms.  They are quite beautiful, and come in a wide variety of colors and patterns.   Although ...

Heat Lamp

Winter and Heat Lamps

Cold Weather This Spring I had a woman come out to the farm to purchase some new chicks and share her story with me. Unfortunately she lost her entire flock ...

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Everything Chicken

Although farm owner Gina Grapengeter grew up on the beaches of San ...
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2015 Hatching Eggs

Your students will never forget the excitement of watching chicks hatch in ...
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Eggs

Although we all love to watch the chicks grow into hens, and ...

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September 2014 Newsletter

**Cold Weather** This Spring I had a woman come out to the farm to purchase some new chicks and share her story with me. Unfortunately she lost her entire flock and her coop to a fire caused by a heat lamp. I used to tell people to go ahead and use lamps if they were […]

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July 2014 Newsletter

**Molting** As the days grow shorter chickens may begin a molt. They will lose old feathers and replace them with newer ones. Typically they will stop laying eggs during this time and store nutrients in order to grow those new feathers. It is difficult for them to lay eggs and grow new feathers at the […]

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June 2014 Newsletter

**Eggs** Ever wonder what happens before a chicken lays an egg? Females are born with thousands of ova that will release (usually one at a time) into the oviduct at maturity (around 22 to 24 wks of age). The yolk grows larger as it travels. First it is surrounded by albumen (egg white) then a […]

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Buff Orpington

September Breed Of The Month

One of the most popular breeds that I have sold over the past few years. Orpingtons are a large and extremely friendly breed making them very popular with backyard chicken keepers.   The most common color is Buff. Orpingtons are an old breed developed in  England in the 1800s. They can be extremely  broody and […]

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Barnyard Critters

On June 22nd Wildfire Farms took part in Barnyard Critters Day in Longmont at the Agricultural Heritage Center. Geared toward helping people to experience what life was like on a farm back in the early 1900s and how livestock contributed to our livelihood. On hand was a Blacksmith, Farrier and Sheep Shearer. We brought goat […]

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