I believe that many breeders make the mistake of thinking that every bull calf born out of good parents will make a quality herd sire. That swapping their bull calf for another’s bull calf will fix or ensure genetic diversity. Make no mistake about it; Continue reading What do I look for in a herd bull . . . ?
Some folks over in Emory, Texas called the other day saying that Falster Farm had been recommended to them to remove a bunch of honey bees they had in a non-toxic way. After a few questions I agreed it was Continue reading Honey Bees in Water Meter?
A young man who worked for me in Mississippi used to make an exclamatory statement to the effect “That’s the bees knees.” I was a bee keeper back then too, for about ten years at the time, and thought that was a Continue reading Bees Knees
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 Continue reading Howdy Y’all !