Concharty Heritage Acres

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   Jan 09

Concharty Has Moved!

No, the ranch is still just outside of Haskell, Oklahoma. But, we’ve moved the website to a new server. To be perfectly honest, it’s the first time I’d attempted such an undertaking. But, it seemed to go fairly well. If you notice any broken links or other oddities, please let me know through the “Contact […]

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   Sep 04

A knock on the door at dawn

We were awakened at 6:15 this morning by someone knocking on our front door, which immediately started Lacy (who was inside) barking ferociously. My PJs were decent enough that I jumped up and went to the door. Turned out that the knocking was Obie, our livestock guardian dog, who was just finishing his night shift. […]

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   Nov 28

Tragedy at Concharty Heritage Acres

Last month, we lost two of our bestest dogs (I know it’s not proper grammar, but they were the bestest dogs we ever had)… In early October, Feather was hit by a car and passed away. I had stopped by the house at lunchtime and had played with her. A little after noon, Karen texted […]

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   Apr 07

Geese down by the pond

I’ve been here for 4 years and I’ve been gone a lot. So, it’s not unusual that I still have a few firsts left in me… lol. Today, when I was down at the pond, I was surprised by a couple of geese that had settled in.

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   Apr 07

We’re expecting another litter of puppies in April, 2013!

We were so happy with the breeding of Feather and McRuff. As we talked over our options, we decided we would like a litter of pups out of Buddy before he gets too old. We decided on what we’re calling an ‘in-law” breeding – Feather’s mother and McRuff’s father. We are very excited about this […]

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   Apr 03

Feast or Famine, Drought or Drowning…

Now, don’t get me wrong. I love the spring and the rains that it brings. But, in our part of Oklahoma, the spring rains come in with a vengeance, leading to a summer with almost none. But, the rain is here now, and we are thankful to have been blessed with it. The pond should […]

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