We are a small family farm located in Western, N.C. We live on 25 acres that connects to the Pisgah National Forest. After praying for property for about five years, God blessed us with more than we ever dreamed. We have lots of pasture for our horses and sheep, and riding trails all around us. We recently built a new house that overlooks our farm. We love country living and we love sharing it with our friends and family.
We also raise and show AMHA Miniature horses on our farm. We purchased our first Miniature Horses in 2005. Emilie and Mollie compete with the miniature horses and in 2009 we went to the World Show in Fort Worth, Texas. Emilie and Mollie both competed in several classes and came home with 2 Reserve Champions and 1 World Champion. Emilie also won High Point Girl 8-12. We had a blast at the World Show and we hope to go back every year!
We also raise Old English Southdown Babydoll Sheep and have several large horses. We have lambs every spring, which makes spring time even better.
Paula homeschools the girls so they can have more time to care & work with the horses. Emilie and Mollie are getting geared up with the minis for the shows starting this spring.
As a family we enjoy working together building our farm and we enjoy sharing it with friends and family. We invite you to look around on our website. We have lambs every February and Miniature horse babies early summer for sale every season. Contact us if you are interested.
-The Burgin Family