Woofs and Hoofs Ranch at Anniversary Acres gets its name for its animal inhabitants and to symbolize our 10th anniversary life adventure. Anniversary Acres was created to allow for a simpler life, where enjoyment is found with each other, nature, art, good food, and the animals on the farm. Days are spent feeding and mucking (cleaning stalls), tending to animal care, and the long list of general maintenance and upkeep that accompanies farm life. The slower pace also allows the joy of reading and engaging in creative endeavors.
Amy Wilson-Stronks and Bill Stronks, Proprietors
Our friends and their children love to visit the farm, and we enjoy sharing it with them. We decided it is time to share our gift with others. There is something soothing and therapeutic about being on a farm, being around beautiful and animated creatures like goats and horses. Read below to learn more about our farm and what it offers. Perhaps we will see you in the future!
Goats, Horses, Chickens, and More...
In addition to our three dogs Pablo (Greyhound), knickers (Australian Shepherd Mix), and Mole (Chihuahua mix), we have many hoofed and clawed animals residing on the farm. We have three horses, eight goats, an assorted and varied number of free-roaming chickens, two ducks, and two bunnies. We also are home to two baby emus! For more detailed information about the animals, please click the About the Animals tab.
We make handmade goatmilk soap from goatmilk milked from our goats on the farm. It is all natural and super softening! Come to the farm to get some or click the Emma's Soap tab for ordering information.
Shelby, one of our favorite guests, holding Jersey during Goat Happy Hour.
In Spring 2019 we opened our farm for overnight accommodations. The response was fantastic. We invite you to come revive your senses, connect to nature, and spend some time engaging in the simple life. Stay in our beautiful new barn loft or just come for the day. For more details click the Farmstay tab.
Roo the goat up in the trees.
Art Studio and Gallery
Woofs and Hoofs is also home to the studio and Gallery of "Midlife Cowgirl Artist" Amy Wilson-Stronks. View her hard edge abstraction Barn series, or take home a souvenir of one of her Animal Squares. Some of her work can be viewed by clicking the Art Gallery and Studio tab.
Visiting the Farm
Our friend the Chicken Whisperer
Western view of the horse pasture from the farmstay patio. A great place to enjoy a drink and watch the sunset and the horses.
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Barn, 2017 Acrylic on canvas. Original art by Amy Wilson-Stronks. For more of her work see the Gallery page.
There is lots of time for hugs on the farm!