“I’m thinking a mini milk cow that is unregistered and little less expensive would be best for my husband and I for our first milking cow. Do you have any available?” KIM You know Kim, there should be little difference Continue reading I’m Thinking Non Registered Mini Milk Cow
Buying & Pricing: We sell our beef cows & steers Live Weight or Hanging weight. Live Weight is when you pick up from us the (usually) calf to finish out your self and the Hanging Weight is when we carry Continue reading What You Are Getting When You Buy Beef From Falster
Displayed here for Pedigree and to purchase Frozen Semen purposes only: American Jersey Association. Contact: Nancy 903.629.3034 Jump to: Directions Jump to: Frozen Semen Offer Calved 28 APR 2010 on Falster Farm by Artifical Insemination of D Cornor Orlando and KNF standard Continue reading Mini Jersey Bull – KNF BENNETT ORLANO
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 . . . ?
In the development of the Falster Farm mini cattle herd, we found that we wanted to make available a more dual purpose breed (from our existing stock) and prove that the breeding our pure bred Mini Hereford Herd Sire(s) on ANY cow would Continue reading Mini Cattle with a Dual Purpose
Shown here: It’s a 30 lbs. heifer born to SHOTZE the mini Jersey Cow on 25 SEP 2015. For Sale $5000 SHOTZIE is a beautiful young proven Mid Size (Lesser Jersey) mama cow born on Falster Farm, 27 JAN 2012. She has Continue reading Lesser Jersey SHOTZIE
The Family Cow Development Most of the customers that come to Falster Farm are looking for a cow that they can work with in the development of their own small – family farm. Sustainability is a aspect of their desire Continue reading The Homestead Cow
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
The Falster’s were primary speakers at the 2nd annual “Living From The Ground Up” conference on sustainable farming.
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