There is a notion in reformed theology that a good cattleman is “thinking God’s thoughts after him.” And today was one of them – only it was a good cattlewoman: Nancy Gail Falster. Nancy volunteered to come help me deliver Continue reading Surprise, Surprise
Sharing is Farm Caring – Sustainable Farming at its core. Visitors to our Sustainable Farm in East Texas will frequently set at our dining room table. Of course we share our meals, planning session, entertain prospective buyers of our mini Continue reading Sharing the Falster’s Farm Table
All Natural Raising of meat birds (chickens) was a long time desire for my dear mother Reba Sue Bockman (she remaried after my daddy’s death. She used to tell me of a French TV Program that she saw where the Continue reading Not so Chicken Little – Part 1
In building this prototype mud oven I (Bo Frick of Sweden) have basically been following the excellent instructions by Kiko Denzer in his “Build your own earth oven” book. This oven is being built on wheels, to enable Falster Farm to show Continue reading Falster Farm Mud Oven Project
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?
The Falster’s were primary speakers at the 2nd annual “Living From The Ground Up” conference on sustainable farming.
In my formative years, my Grandpa Morgan’s neighbor was a bachelor that had a large farm full of meat pigs, running on pasture meadows. My brother Gene and I were frequently helping him – frankly as much as we were allowed Continue reading 1st Order of Falster Gourmet Pork to Sheraton Dallas
Boy-oh-Boy, we get a bunch of different load-out opportunities of calves and cows – but one of the most challenging was a couple of cowgirls from up in Illinois – what a wonder! Usually when a customer is coming to Continue reading Rodeo Pick-up CowGirls
Thanks for your final payment for your pampered, premium, pastured pig. We are down to the last few days of the 2012 crop of pastured pork. While I’ve really enjoyed raising the pigs as I always do, I’ll have to admit, I’m Continue reading Pigs Ready to Ride
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