An avid equestrian, Martha’s 5 Canadian Friesen horses had been an enormous a part of her desires for Cantitoe Corners.
The property contains beautiful grazing paddocks with customized, 100-year-old white cedar paddock fencing imported from Canada, in addition to 4 miles of carriage roadways.
“To maintain their coats shiny and black, Martha hardly ever lets them out through the top of sunny summer time days, since daylight can flip their coats a reddish hue,” stories say.
“Early mornings and evenings are the occasions you may almost certainly see the horses exterior.”
Martha additionally has a number of cats and canines, chinchillas, canaries, and parakeets. However that’s not all! She’s additionally raised donkeys, sheep, goats, chickens, geese, turkeys, guinea fowl, quail, peacocks, and homing pigeons, and units up birdhouses for birds, owls, and bats.
In actual fact, Cantitoe Corners has been a Licensed Wildlife Habitat with the Nationwide Wildlife Federation since 2007.