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
Falster farm mud oven project In building this prototype mud oven I have basically been following the excellent instructions by Kiko Denzer in his “Build your own earth oven” book. The oven is built on wheels, to enable Continue reading WOOFER MUD OVEN PROJECT
Karl Falster In the making of this short video, Wood County has about 9″ of rain falling over a two day period. As you look out to the South West you can see the 2013 heifers and steers in Continue reading Inside View of The Barn on Falster Farm
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.
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