THE FARM, THE ARABIANS AND THE POULTRY

Dhabi Farm Website is divided into two sections: Purebred Registered Arabians and the Poultry Pages
Typical of the quality and health of the flock

Speckled Sussex eggs and chicks available next year in 2020.  Pickup only.  Eggs are “iffy” until next spring, about April, 2020.  Farmers Market hours vary with the season but the building is being erected and will be open outside of Littlefield on Hi 54 towards Spade – area of the milk plant. 

Watch this space for announcements as well as the Eggs Page. Chicks are arriving now; however, so far, none will be for sale.

There are now 9 Brown Sex Link Pullets and 14 Barred Rock Pullets who are 14 weeks old and are with the producing hens. In addition, 20 Buff Plymouth Rock Pullets arrived late February and will be going the flock probably first of July.

There is now an opening for a contract for eight (8) dozen ungraded Fresh Brown Eggs on the 30th of each month. Five dozen ungraded Fresh Brown Eggs already contracted for on the 15th of each month. July additions to flock could make a possibility for another 5 dozen being available on the 15th of each month.

​Breeding pair of American Buff geese are now at home on the farm.  Look for goslings next year at a reasonable price. 

Arabians came from the deserts into modern day breeding programs. Their lands were in the MidEast and Northern Africa as well as Turkey.

Most of our breeding stock carries the rare Abeyyan Strain either throughout their pedigree or both pedigree and tail-female line of breeding. The Arabian breed follows the female line unlike other horse breeds which follow the sire line.
Abayyans [Obeyyan] are known for their exceptional tail carriage, wide expressive eyes, excellent slope of shoulder…and personalities. 

All have either been DNA Tested for LFS, SCID & CA or are clean of genetic disease by parentage. When DNA hair testing can be done, OAAM results will be here. PSSM2 variations is being considered as well.