Yeehaw Farm

One bucking thing after another.

What the natives are saying.

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Reply Debra Matias
7:10 AM on January 5, 2015 
I looking forward to visiting Yeehaw!
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Reply Judi
7:59 AM on November 13, 2014 
Howdy Dee!
Yes, you are correct. The Cove is located off Rt 11&15. If you keep traveling up towards Duncannon, the road that you turn off is Cove Rd. (It is one mile South of the actual town of Duncannon.) If coming from Marysville direction, turn left to Cove Road about 3/4 of a mile past Farmer Boy. Travel 1.2 miles on Cove Rd, turn left again on to Rohrer Drive and travel 1/2 mile until you see the Yeehaw Farm sign. Turn left one more time following the dirt road to the little white barn shed. That's the farm store. Until we move to the new store along Rt 11&15, we don't sell meat in our farm store now. Thanks for your interest and hope to see you at the farm store.~Judi
Reply Dee
7:43 PM on November 12, 2014 
Howdy! I currently live in Shermans Dale but I used to live in Upper Dauphin County (Carsonville) until recently. I have a cat sanctuary (caring for about 40 ferals I TNR-ed in Weiser State Forest), and 3 extremely spoiled chickens. I just learned about your farm. I am interested in visiting your farmstore as I currently must travel to Upper Dauphin County to get my raw milk, cheese, yogurt, meat, etc. (I buy direct from the Amish). Anywho, I would really like to check out your store as going to Upper Dauphin after work is time-consuming and I like to get home before dark to take care of my critters. I believe Cove is off 11/15 before getting to Duncannon right? I go 11/15 to Marysville and I turn onto 850 to get home, but I would really like to drive a bit further to see what you have for sale. How do I get there? Thanks!
Reply Lora Goss
2:52 PM on January 22, 2014 
Hello, Judi--if you are still looking for some Ayrshires and feel like traveling to the upper Connecticut River Valley--only 9-10 hours away!!--you would find some beautiful heifers at CR Farm, Gordon and Linwood Huntington, Newbury, VT 802-356-7418

or Glen Farm, Robert or David Ritchie, Piermont, NH 603-272-5868

Blessings for your new year and all your "crazy" ventures.

Lora Goss, NFU, Haverhill, NH
Reply DesigningDeb
6:00 PM on January 10, 2014 
I look forward to visiting your farm with my daughter and grandson. I have a feeling we will be a good match. Oh, and btw, I'm enjoying your humor. :-)
Reply Jim
1:53 PM on September 28, 2013 
Just got some fine pretzels and bread today. Yee Haw
Reply Jim Crownover
10:20 AM on September 28, 2013 
Yee Haw
Reply Judi
9:14 AM on February 11, 2011 
@Sadie,
I'm glad that you had a smile on your face after looking at our website. I had a smile on my face after reading your kind words. Most people don't leave comments unless it's something mean! Ha. I have another blog, which I haven't updated in a coon's age but you might enjoy some of the Perry County photos! I think it is http://www.cheesychick.wordpress.com. Being homesick is good sometimes; it means you had happy memories of Perry County.
Judi
Reply Sadie Morrison
5:11 PM on February 10, 2011 
It's been a long time since I read anything that made me feel so at home, and homesick - everything from the farm name to the "about us" section brought a smile to my Perry Co native face!