We have been raising Miniature Horses here in Central Texas for nineteen years. Minis are a delightful and intelligent breed, and we highly recommend the purebred American Miniature Horse for any horse lover. We chose the miniature horse breed because we love horses but don't ride as often as we did when we were younger. Most people don't realize you can do anything with a miniature horse that you can with a big horse except ride. And riding isn't out of the question for small children and grandchildren.
We are downsizing our herd now as we get older and no longer show. Take a look at what we have for sale, we have many beautiful mares that are sitting idle in the pasture. If you can use a nice miniature mare at a very reasonable price we are looking for some great homes. Contact us if you are interested!
Here on our website we have put together some photos and articles about mini horses for your entertainment and to help you understand why they are such a special breed of horse.
Feb-Mar 2013 - Lots of lambing going on here at Unicorner Farm! Lovely red lambs from our registered Tunis flock. Check out photos on our Facebook page.
Early 2013 - Lots of clucking going on here at Unicorner Farm. We started incubating eggs and raising chicks. See photos on our new "Chickens" Page.
11-27-12 Thanks to buyer Janis Larson who now owns our little sorrel filly, Dragon Dare.
Thanks to the Hardin family of Minden, LA for purchasing our sweet "Poison Ivy" and a starter flock of Tunis sheep! We really enjoyed your visit!
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Tunis Sheep - A few years ago we decided to add a small flock of purebred sheep to the farm. We chose the beautiful red-faced Tunis, a rare breed that has long roots in American history but had just about become extinct when the American Livestock Breed Conservatory placed them on their endangered list. We love the docile temperament of the Tunis sheep and the beautiful Irish Setter red coloring of the lambs. The Tunis excel as multi-purpose sheep, great for homesteading.
Visit our Tunis Sheep website - www.tunis-sheep.com
Cats - The most special residents on the farm are our cats. Even though we no longer breed purebred cats, there will always be some well loved felines on the farm. Debbi is an allbreed judge in The International Cat Association and judges cat shows all around the world.
In the house are Bobo and Ellie, shown above meeting a Tunis through the front door. Bobo is half Birman and Ellie is 3/4 Birman, they are from my friend Ann Hoehn's cinnamon point Birman breeding program. Ann raises some of the top Birmans in the U.S. and you can see some of her gorgeous cats on her website at www.BirmanBreeders.com.
We also have two beloved outside cats, Inky and Pumpkinhead that patrol the barn and yard for varmints.
Guineas - An onslaught of grasshoppers convinced us to obtain some Guinea fowl! We started with some white, then picked up some lavender ones. We enjoyed their antics so much we bought some more young ones.
From Silver Laced Wyandottes to tiny Seramas and rare Lemon Cuckoo Orpingtons to super unusual Appenzeller Spitzhaubens.
We are now hatching our own chicks and have various breeds of all ages. From tiny Seramas to large Brahma chicks, we are having a great time discovering the world of chickens! We have fertile hatching eggs for sale as well as chicks! Contact us at 254-715-6815.
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