Howdy Y’all and Welcome!

Farmer Falster
The Farmer at Falster Farm

Howdy, I’m the Falster at Falster Farm. I’m Karl Emmett Falster, Sr. and I own this place: a land of milk and honey made rich by the hard work of my wife Nancy Gail and me and the many interns and WOOFERS that come to live and learn, blessed by the Providence of our lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

Selling grass through cows is how cattle-people make their livelihood and that requires a specific body type/shape of cow for superior results in getting pregnant, giving birth, raising that calf and breeding back for another calf all with in 12 months (365 days).

The purpose of this Blog is to educate and inform prospective customers as well as transfer of concepts learned mostly by me over my years of growing up to the now — “youth of my old age.” I have several areas of discussion here, all of them important to Nancy and I, perhaps some of them will be important or at least of interest to you the reader. Taking time to draft these Monographs is costly. All I ask is that you pay me for my time by commenting on the work as you read it. Knowing that you read it will be enough for now.

Bio Dynamic Results in Cabbage
Bio Dynamic Results


Falster Farm Fresh Food Club

Take a tour of the Falster Farm Fresh Food Club on Face Book.

We revere the past’s farming practices to protect the future. It’s sustainable, it’s real. (more)





War Journal of Former USMC Battalion Scout Sniper “ZAG

I’ve been asked several times by Godly and Patriotic folks if I would recommend that their child join the Armed Forces . . .  (more)

10 Replies to “Howdy Y’all and Welcome!”

  1. Hello, I was pleased to find your website. I am contacting you today because my father has a ranch in Emory, TX and would like to start bee keeping. He is new to doing this himself, however his father many years ago use to keep bees out west near Plainview TX. I am wanting to surprise him with a hive and bees as a present. Knowing Christmas is around the corner it may not be possible for then. Maybe for his birthday that is in February.

    Please let me know if you may help with this journey with me.

    Iva Davenport

  2. Hello, I was interested in getting on your e-mail list and when are y’all having your farm day this year?… Want to go very badly and was out of town during it last year so wanted to make sure I’ll be there this year, thank you…Billy

    • Billy, I’ll pass your request on to Nancy who develops the calendar. I’m looking forward to what out herd dog “Willy” will be displaying this time. He was quite the showman last year.

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  4. Hello Nancy,
    We’re new to Winnsboro & bought 16 lovely but undeveloped acres at 2130 CR 4760 just north of your farm. We come up once a month to do whatever we can to start turning the property into a mini ranch / organic farm. We can retire from Austin next year & will move up to Winnsboro then.
    We just wanted to say hello and tell you what an impressive operation you have. We have a million questions and would love to chat some time if you get a chance. Thanks Mike and Kay Parcher 512.936.0129

    • Wonderful, why not give us a call when you are comeing next and let’s get together. I can call a couple of neighbors and y’all can me some of us over hamburgers or something. Pleas call Nancy at 903-629-3034

  5. Howdy! I really enjoyed your comments. I am new to East Texas (I live between Quitman and Yantis) and am enjoying meeting my neighbors and exploring the countryside. I enjoy gardening and am considering taking up beekeeping. I would appreciate some advice for a beginner if you have the time. Keep up the good work!

  6. Looking for mini cattle that are for sale. Prices and breeds available. Thank you in advance really want to get started with the smaller breeds. Thank you again.

    • Brenda, Falster Farm in Winnsboro, Texas has about 120 head of Mini Cattle to choose from – all ages of these breeds:

      Full Blood Mini Hereford – pricing start at $1,500 – $7,000. These are “Line Bred” for some 12 generations and are show cow quality. Some are A2A2 in their milk and meat.

      Full Blood Mini Red Angus – pricing start at $2,500 – & $10,000. These are “Line Bred” for some 30 generations and are A2A2 in their milk and meat.

      Full Blood Mini Jersey and Full Blood Lessor Normande – pricing starts at $2,000 – $5,000. We select for shorter frame scores and are develoving a nice lessor size for the family farm.

      And crosses of these breeds – pricing starting at $1,000 – $3,500.

      We (Falster Farm on Pasture 365™ ) is a Certified Wholistically Grown™ full family farm, using no poisons on or in our cattle, no chemicals on our fields and gardens, feeding no GMO or Soy, just nutrient dense native grasses and fobs found here in East Texas.

      We appreciate your inquiry and if you select us to purchase your cattle, we can be of follow-up service for breeding and selling, as well are consultation on setup and operations of a successful hobby or commercial venture.

      Please call and make a mutually convenient appointment time so we can extend our hospitality (Nancy at 903.629.3034)

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