I smell a contest…

Tomorrow, we’re getting a new resident (or two) at Orchard House. But who? Wait, what?! The suspense is painful, I know.

If you leave a guess in this blog entry comments section (not the Facebook entry players) and guess correct, you may win a bar or two of 100% goat milk soap from Tilton Hollow Farm in Frazeyburg, Ohio (one of our favorite things!).

I’ll narrow the field a bit…it’s a farm animal (or two)…it’s not too exotic (no zebra yet)…and you will die of a cute-attack when you see the pictures.

Good luck and guess well! I believe in you.

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17 Responses to I smell a contest…

  1. Linda Wagner says:

    Let me see…according to your blog you already have Goats.Llamas.pot belly Pig. and a variety of birds. I’m thinking a calf with long eye lashes or maybe even a pony. By the way we look forward to meeting you in October when we stay with you.

  2. Sean says:

    i’m guessing a cow…

  3. Jo McKahan says:

    Maybe a Alpaca or two? Or even a couple more goats………an angora goat would be perfect or The Orchard House:)

  4. Amanda Hager says:


  5. Erica and Rob Hinkle says:

    We’re thinking peahens.

  6. Andrea says:

    I can’t wait to meet them and to hear what you name them! (I won’t guess because that wouldn’t be fair…)

  7. Margaret says:

    Awww I was going to guess calf/cow too! But since it’s taken, I will run with the cuteness clue and go with bunny(ies), even though I’m not sure if they are technically farm animals. I feel like you guys already have all the regular farm animals I can think of!

  8. Jackie Hisrich says:

    Gotta be a pony~

  9. Ben says:

    Perhaps some breeding mates for your peacocks?

  10. Pat Nuznoff says:

    Based on your July 18th post, my guess is peahens to settle down the peacocks!

  11. Linda Wagner says:

    What is a peahen anyway? We don’t see throws on in Missouri! :)

  12. Linda Wagner says:

    I hate auto correct!

  13. Mallory says:

    what about a donkey? Ill be there tomorrow to find out for sure! :)

  14. Tilton Hollow says:

    Alpacas ARE wonderful! of course…more goats could only be a good thing!

  15. Leslie says:

    I posed this question to my family and my 9 year old son said “Ducklings!” while my husband said, “Turtles!”

    What about a couple of cute little donkeys? :) :) :)

  16. Cathy says:

    OK, I’m going to go with cuteness factor and say lambs/sheep. Looking forward to seeing whatever they are in a week or so!

  17. jan says:


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