Out With The Old

Sorry, I’ve been quiet for a while (my husband would say that’s not a bad thing), there’s been lots going on and just not enough of me to go around. The grand plan for simplifying my life is moving ahead, although its not looking too simple at the moment. We …

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To Market, To Market…

It’s a busy week for Domino Farm Market. Tapas on Friday (please remember to book and avoid disappointment), goodies for sale at Napier Village Market on Saturday morning (including the famous carrot cake and the fabulous cheese cake), the Moonlight Market at Wokini on Saturday night (here we’ve got a …

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3 for 1

Stroppy pulls into the lead with 8 babies to his credit, Gandalf 7, Wilheim 4.That puts us at about a quarter of the way through this year’s pregnancies. Farmer J

Baby Making Weather

Proud, first time mother Snuffie (one of our Saanen Goats) kicks off the 3rd season on Domino Farm with 2 beautiful snow white babies. These two are Gandalf the Grey’s offspring (he was super-keen since this was his first year in the major league), but we’ve had 5 more since …

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NEW!

Domino Farm Labneh This delicious creamy cheese is made from 100% goat’s milk yoghurt (no preservative, artificial colouring, flavouring, emulsifiers etc – just goat’s milk and cultures). Domino Farm Labneh is rolled into balls and bottled in olive oil flavoured with home grown herbs or chillies and a pinch of …

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Will property prices plummet?

Tigger the Cat reporting: Here at Domino Farm, the moment of crisis has passed. Everyone can return to their seats. The reported disturbance was merely be the arrival of the new organic garbage disposal system! Milo (the petting pen goat) is distressed to find he is now living amongst pigs, …

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Tigger The Cat Reporting

There seems to be a disturbance here in the petting pen at Domino Farm. Local residents have reported strange noises and increased activity in the general vicinity. The Farmer has been seen moving backwards and forwards with large armfuls of straw and small bowls of what smells like milk…I’m going …

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Good Morning World!

It’s hard being a farmer in the middle of winter. To wake up at 4.30am in the pitch dark, and hear the lashing rain does not fill one with a burning desire to leap out of bed and go bounding across a hillside. On the other hand, if I didn’t …

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