TSF New Milking Parlor

We have a new milking parlor. YES!!

We changed up a few things here on our farm. The old rabbit barn has now became our new feed room / storage. The old feed room is now the new milking parlor. Whala!!!!♥♥

Milking Parlor Updated With

We put a window ac in. NICE…for our hot summer days. Stace put in a sink so I can wash my milking supplies. Put a small refrigerator in for the goat medications. Yes I got to shop on Amazon for our refrigerator. 🙂 🙂 Oh and also a nice big selves for all the medications supplies needed for our goats.  Thank you sweetheart (Stace) for doing all this for me.

Items we added to the milking parlor

Frigidaire FFRE063ZA1 19″ Energy Star Window Mounted Air Conditioner with 6000 BTU Cooling Capacity With Remote 115V in White
Laundry Sink Utility Tub With High Arc Chrome Kitchen Faucet By MAYA – Pull Down Sprayer Spout, Heavy Duty Sinks With Installation Kit for Washing Room, Workshop, Basement, Garage, Slop Sink, Mudroom
Igloo IRF26EBBK Dry Eraser Board Refrigerator, Freezer, Removable & Adjustable Glass Shelves, Beverage & Food Storage, 2 Pens & Eraser-2.6 cft, Black
HDX 36” x 72” 5-Tiered Ventilated Plastic Storage Shelving Unit w/ Raised Feet and Tool-Free Assembly

Every time I go in the room I have to stop and look around. Still can’t believe it’s mine. I know, I know I’m spoiled. Oh well I’ll take it.

My goats go right in the new room just like they have been doing it for years.

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Margarita & Stace

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