In Unison Farm LLC offers full and pasture board as well as training for green, spoiled, and currently competing horses. We strive to provide top quality care for your equine friend.
In Unison Farm LLC has these amenities: 12x12 stalls, 2 H/C wash racks, 2 temp. controlled tack rooms and a bathroom, lighted outdoor arena, stadium jumps, some cross country fences, and a round pen. Some "extras" are included in board, such as blanketing / unblanketing and holding for the vet or farrier. Full board is $600 and pasture is $375 a month. The barn is run by Lee Ann Gilson, who is an
Operating as usual
Why I love this place and this time of night.
Did you ever have one of those days that at the end of the day you said, today was a really good day? Well I did today.
Dicey. A mid 30’s (in age) pony. Yes she molts in the spring, she doesn’t shed. 🤣
Feeling lucky again, only rain last night. Yesterday sure felt like a recipe for disaster… 81 for a high and wicked winds (15-25 mph with gusts probably 30-40 mph) thankfully didn’t get any bad weather.
We have puddles on top of puddles but thankfully had no storms
When the storms rolled through we had some wicked lightening but all is well here. Just soggy.
It has been a long two days but happy to report that the new horses are settling in well.￼
I do believe Mother Nature is confused on her rhymes it is APRIL showers bring MAY flowers.
Shortest month and yet this is where we currently sit and have more rain coming tomorrow and Sunday.
Thankfully we didn’t have storms up here. There were two rumbles of thunder when the rain first started and two more when the heavy rain came in but no storms to speak of. We just got a lot of rain.
And this is why on Wednesday they issued a flood watch for Friday. Yes that is correct since Wednesday evening we have gotten over 7” of rain.
We have cold, we have wind, we have no snow. Thanks for sharing your pictures because we did not have a flake here on the farm.
ISO: barn sitter for the weekends I work the Poplar Place Farm schooling shows. Work days would be Thursdays to Saturdays, one weekend a month, 12 stalls, 16 horses. Chores include feeding, turning out/bringing in, blanketing/unblanketing, cleaning stalls, blowing out barn, and maybe minor maintenance (if something tears up/breaks when I am gone).
Would prefer someone who wants to stay on the farm in my apartment with my five cats and one of my two dogs. I will stock the fridge for you with what you like to eat and drink. Not a requirement though because I could have someone else stay here.
If interested please call or text Lee Ann at 678-873-8785, no PM or DM please. My current person is recovering from knee surgery and I know she will not be ready to go by the time show season starts back up in February. Pay will be discussed with serious inquiries only. Located in Adairsville, GA (very South side of Adairsville)
So far so good up here. Yes the weather has passed and now we’re left with squishy ground and cold conditions. But we were lucky because none of the winds did any damage and we kept power, so far so I don’t jinx it.
And the winds have arrived. I really hope they aren’t as bad as the weather people are saying. (9:14 p.m.)
Pleased to say that while we got a lot of rain last night we didn’t have any severe storms. I hope all of the South was so lucky.
Happy New Year!
What a difference a month can make. I appreciate Darren Baldwin and Brody being willing to tackle the pasture and remove all the pines. Well over 50-60 trees. And they only had a few casualties of the hardwoods but not many. Really good work. Yesterday was a successful day of burning three of the giant piles of branches and tree tops left behind. Only one more pile to burn. ￼
JD came up to the gate to greet Larry and he obliged by going in and giving JD some loving. This happened Wednesday and I debated on posting it or not but we need some good vibes in the world so here you go.
Nice misprediction of the weather today Weather Channel! Really?! An hour ago only 40% chance of rain and slight chance of rain showers… to now a steady rain this morning and 80%! WTH!
Soggy is an understatement between Monday’s, Tuesday night’s, and today’s rain we have had 3.89”. Still thankful though that those predicted strong thunderstorms didn’t come through here. Praying for the states North of us.
I guess it is time to admit that blanket season is upon us.
Mother Nature decided to give good conditions (coldish nights and warm days, plus rain) for colors to “pop” down here. Still nowhere close to what I am used to coming from VT but it will have to do.
Cotton fields that are ready to be harvested are so pretty to me￼
What fun that it gets dark early now… not
Had a couple of firsts for 2021: sad first, no luna moths visited the farm this year (normally I will have 5-7 or more); the horses were switched to day turnout and the fans came down BEFORE any winter blankets got hung on stalls… score!
Found this pearl of wisdom: the problem is not that people are uneducated. The problem is that they are educated just enough to believe what they’ve been taught, and not educated enough to question what they’ve been taught.
Love when Monday’s are productive. Aside from regular chores I also purged a bunch of unneeded things and took them straight to the dump before I could change my mind, picked up a ton of crusher run (or crush n’ run, seen it both ways), put said load on the floor of the shed/carport to dry up the ground, picked up four hay rolls and put them out, and rode a horse.
Ace decided to redecorate yesterday evening. Until I get an electrician out here to fix the wire to the outlets (the outlets weren’t working after this) the power is off to the North barn outlets and stall lights. I have flipped the main breakers to those two off for safety sake. The horses on that side will unfortunately not have their fans running.
In Unison Farm LLC has these amenities: 12x12 stalls, 2 H/C wash racks, 2 temp. controlled tack rooms and a bathroom, lighted outdoor arena, stadium jumps, some cross country fences, and a round pen. Some "extras" are included in board, such as blanketing / unblanketing and holding for the vet or farrier. Full board is $550 and pasture is $350 a month. The barn is run by Lee Ann Gilson, who is an A graduate from the United States Pony Club. She is an Eventer and has been riding for over 30 years. Lee Ann offers Dressage and jumping lessons, however, outside trainers are welcome. Lee Ann is a certified instructor with USEA - Level I - Training
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