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get on our New property List – http://BluegrassTeam.com/homefinder – we’ll send you new properties before they hit the market - call or text 859-494-5521 about this Architects house - Multigenerational home Horse Property Gentleman Farm for sale Danville Kentucky. COMING SOON - Magnificent Architect house w/19 ac Horse Property, Granite + Stainless kitchen, Pool+Pavilion, Stone FPs Hope you had a great week! We worked all day yesterday to get this Architects house - Multigenerational home Horse Property Gentleman Farm for sale Danville Kentucky out to you 1st thing this morning. THIS IS ALL I GOT SO FAR, bear with me for more... I wanted to share this COMING SOON - Magnificent Architect house w/19 ac Horse Property, Granite + Stainless kitchen, Pool+Pavilion, Stone FPs with you. If you've been missing out on properties being sold from underneath you, call or text Ken asap to grab this showpiece 859-494-5521 Coming Soon means you get to see this property first - before the general public. Call to get ahead of the competition - this Architect's property is truly magnificent. Magnificent Architect's house 19 acre park-like setting Horse Property Multi-generational house w/ 4 br, 4.5 ba 5928 sf Total gross Living area all hardwood and tile Two Masters on Main - en suite baths and walk-in closets Guest BR with bath Additional Multi-generational Jr Master in lower level en suite bath and walk-in closet Formal DR with cathedral ceiling Family room with wood vaulted ceiling and Stone wood-burning fireplace 2 stone FPs Office on lower level with big storage Professional Landscaping Granite + Stainless Steel kitchen Panoramic views of the land Pavilion + pool with fountain 30x50 Horse barn w/ 200A electric service, water and concrete floor Herb garden and potting shed 1400' paved and tree-lined driveway FARM Certificate - so your taxes are super low and you get benefits from USDA and FSA you get a LOT for the asking price in the 800s The back yard that extends from the porch and family room has been carefully landscaped to showcase the outdoor fireplace, L-shaped pool and Pavilion - with outdoor kitchen and to accommodate all kinds of fun, outdoor activities: spring barbecues, summer pool parties and water balloon fights, or peacefully soaking in the sun while you drink your coffee on a crisp fall morning next to the outdoor fireplace. OK, enough details - want to see it? Call or text Ken 859-494-5521 - he'll get you in and show you around. More to come - but don't miss out on another property... Architects house, multigenerational house designs, architects house designs ,best real estate agent in kentucky, horse property for sale, horse property for sale in kentucky, horse property for sale in ky, gentleman farm, gentleman farms for sale, multigenerational home, multigenerational households are a rarity in many parts of the united states, Farm for sale Danville Kentucky, Horse Property, best real estate listings, small horse property for sale in kentucky, Danville KY -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Deer Camp for sale in Kentucky hunting land with cabin, can you make a lot of money with AirBnB VRBO" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7CsB_yUScXQ -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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New Growth & Healthy Forests Sand Creek Post & Beam has a deep concern for the environment and protection of the land. We want our barns to last for generations, while ensuring healthy forests and a clean environment as part of our legacy. Not only was wood the traditional building material for barns, wood grows naturally, using energy from the sun, and is the only major building material that’s renewable, re-usable and sustainable. It outperforms other materials in terms of energy use, greenhouse gases and air pollution, and is actively promoted by the USDA as superior green building material. Where others may use harsh chemicals harmful to the environment (often used on sill plates), Sand Creek Post & Beam chooses to use Eastern Red Cedar that is naturally resistant to rot, decay and insects. In addition, the flexibility of wood makes it an ideal building material for earthquake safety or high wind requirements. Building with Chemical Free Wood Our suppliers allow the wood to dry naturally and use no toxic chemicals. Since our posts sit on top of Eastern Red Cedar sill plates, there is no need for them to be treated. Our cedar sill plates are also naturally resistant to insects, mold, and mildew without the use of toxic chemicals. Wood requires less energy to produce, transport, construct, and maintain over time, making our chemical free wood the perfect building material. Donation of Trees As part of our efforts to be good stewards and help with reforestation, Sand Creek Post & Beam will donate 10 lodge pole pine or Douglas fir trees in your name when you purchase a barn kit from us. Our barn kits are produced primarily from Ponderosa Pine which re-seeds itself for future growth. Our suppliers practice selective logging to help maintain and continue the healthy growth of forests. These trees will grow to provide habitat and food for wildlife, restore beauty to the landscape, clean rivers and streams, and provide enjoyment for recreational activities like camping, hiking, and fishing. Over the course of 50 years, a single tree can generate $31,250 of oxygen, provide $62,000 worth of air pollution control, recycle $37,500 worth of water, and $31,500 worth of soil erosion control. Your trees will be silent sentimentals, honorable monuments, and for decades to come, active participants in nature’s plan. Natural Insulator Not only does wood require less energy to produce, transport, construct, and maintain over time, but it is also a natural insulator from the elements. As a result, our barns are comfortable throughout the seasons, warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer. This is especially important if you plan to finish off your barn, saving you money on your energy bills. Pre-Manufacturing Process Using the Sand Creek Post & Beam System – your bents are pre-cut, and your material is labeled and numbered on plans. These along with other energy efficient details reduce jobsite error and product waste on the job site. Building in this controlled work environment also helps reduce waste. What little scrap wood we have is donated and recycled. Donation of Wood Our scrap wood is donated to youth and school organizations in our community for their projects as well as the Nebraska Bluebird Association for birdhouses, meaning we have little wood to dispose of. Even our sawdust is recycled, making it into local horse barns for bedding. Follow us: Website: http://www.sandcreekpostandbeam.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SandCreekPostandBeam Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sandcreek_barns Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/scpbarns
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From the GE Film catalog, "All stock and dairy farmers will profit from this picture which completely demonstrates the newest method of barn hay curing and illustrates each step in the construction of an effective, economical barn hay-curing system. The picture also discusses the proper time for hay cutting in order to realize its greatest food value, how to judge good hay, and modern hay-handling methods and machinery. In addition to its high educational value, this film provides absorbing and often thrilling entertainment. The vivid filming of a roaring barnfire, and the exciting storm sequences make this good film fare for the whole farm family. "
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more at http://quickfound.net/links/agriculture_news_and_links.html "Stresses the importance of a healthy, accredited herd, correct feeding and sanitary practices in the production of milk." Silent. Public domain film, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dairy A dairy is a business enterprise established for the harvesting of animal milk -- mostly from cows or goats, but also from buffalo, sheep, horses or camels -- for human consumption. A dairy is typically located on a dedicated dairy farm or section of a multi-purpose farm that is concerned with the harvesting of milk. Terminology differs between countries. For example, in the United States, the entire dairy farm is commonly called a "dairy." The building or farm area where milk is harvested from the cow is often called a "milking parlor" or "parlor." The farm area where milk is stored in bulk tanks is known as the farm's "milk house." Milk is then hauled (usually by truck) to a "dairy plant," also referred to as a "dairy", where raw milk is further processed and prepared for commercial sale of dairy products. In New Zealand, farm areas for milk harvesting are also called "milking parlours", and are historically known as "milking sheds." As in the United States, sometimes milking sheds are referred to by their type, such as "herring bone shed" or "pit parlour". In some countries, especially those with small numbers of animals being milked, the farm may perform the functions of a dairy plant, processing their own milk into salable dairy products, such as butter, cheese, or yogurt. This is on-site processing is a traditional method of producing specialist milk products, common in Europe. In the United States a dairy can also be a place that processes, distributes and sells dairy products, or a room, building or establishment where milk is stored and processed into milk products, such as butter or cheese. In New Zealand English the singular use of the word dairy almost exclusively refers to a corner shop, or superette. This usage is historical as such shops were a common place for the public to buy milk products. As an attributive, the word dairy refers to milk-based products, derivatives and processes, and the animals and workers involved in their production: for example dairy cattle, dairy goat. A dairy farm produces milk and a dairy factory processes it into a variety of dairy products. These establishments constitute the global dairy industry, a component of the food industry... Historically, the milking and the processing took place close together in space and time: on a dairy farm. People milked the animals by hand; on farms where only small numbers are kept, hand-milking may still be practiced. Hand-milking is accomplished by grasping the teats (often pronounced tit or tits) in the hand and expressing milk either by squeezing the fingers progressively, from the udder end to the tip, or by squeezing the teat between thumb and index finger, then moving the hand downward from udder towards the end of the teat. The action of the hand or fingers is designed to close off the milk duct at the udder (upper) end and, by the movement of the fingers, close the duct progressively to the tip to express the trapped milk. Each half or quarter of the udder is emptied one milk-duct capacity at a time. The stripping action is repeated, using both hands for speed. Both methods result in the milk that was trapped in the milk duct being squirted out the end into a bucket that is supported between the knees (or rests on the ground) of the milker, who usually sits on a low stool. Traditionally the cow, or cows, would stand in the field or paddock while being milked. Young stock, heifers, would have to be trained to remain still to be milked. In many countries, the cows were tethered to a post and milked. The problem with this method is that it relies on quiet, tractable beasts, because the hind end of the cow is not restrained. In 1937, it was found that bovine somatotropin (BST or bovine growth hormone) would increase the yield of milk. Monsanto Company developed a synthetic (recombinant) version of this hormone (rBST). In February 1994, rBST was approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for use in the U.S... Most dairy farmers milk their cows with absolute regularity at a minimum of twice a day, with some high-producing herds milking up to four times a day to lessen the weight of large volumes of milk in the udder of the cow. This daily milking routine goes on for about 300 to 320 days per year that the cow stays in milk...
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Arthur Kirstein, coordinator of the Office of Agricultural Economic Development, USDA Palm Beach County spoke at the Equestrian Planning Education Workshop on January 30, 2013 in Wellington, Florida. Kirstein speaks about the resources that the Office of Agricultural Economic Development and Extension Services has to offer. He focuses on the importance of implementing nutrient management plans on horse operations, and legislation that affects agricultural operations.
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Speaker: Kristen Wilson | University of Maryland Extension Summary: Many people think running a horse boarding business is an easy way to make money, but little do they know there is much more to it. Before diving in to this new equine business venture, it is important to know exactly what is involved and what factors you need to consider as part of your business plan to be successful.
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Here we share a few of the books we have on our bookshelf. This is definitely not an exhaustive list, nor all the books that we have. There is a focus on grazing, dairying, and draft horses. Don't forget to use the wonderful resources at your local library! Books Covered: Changing Works by Douglas Harper The Self-Sufficient Life and How to Live It by John Seymour The Backyard Homestead by Carleen Madigan Homesteading by Gene Logsden Successful Small-Scale Farming by Karl Schwenke Living on a Few Acres by USDA Starting and Running Your Own Small Farm Business by Sarah Aubrey The Organic Farming Manual by Ann Larkin Hansen The Dirty Life by Kristin Kimball How to Set Up Your Farm Workshop by Rick Kubik Buying and Setting Up Your Small Farm or Ranch by Lynn R Miller Making Hay by Ann Larkin Hansen Small-Scale Haymaking by Spencer Yost Haymakers Handbook by New Holland Haying with Horses by Lynn R Miller Grass Productivity by Andre Voisin Greener Pastures on Your Side of the Fence by Bill Murphy The Art and Science of Grazing by Sarah Flack Grass-Fed Cattle by Julius Ruechel Salad Bar Beef by Joel Salatin Age of Barns by Eric Sloane Weather Almanac by Eric Sloane Weather (Golden Guide) by Paul E Lehr Garden Primer by Barbara Damrosch The New Organic Grower by Eliot Coleman The Winter Harvest Handbook by Eliot Coleman The Holistic Orchard by Michael Phillips A Sand County Almanac by Aldo Leopold Peterson Field Guides to Western Birds and Rocky Mountain WildFlowers Weeds of the West by Tom Whitson Harness Lessons with Doc Hammill and Friends by Jennifer Morrissey Work Horse Handbook by Lynn R Miller Training Workhorses, Training Teamsters by Lynn R Miller The New Horse-Powered Farm by Stephen Leslie Treating Dairy Cows Naturally by Hubert Karreman The Barn Guide by Hubert Harreman Alternative Treatments for Ruminant Animals by Paul Dettloff A Veterinary Book for Dairy Farmers by R.W. Blowed Green From the Ground Up by David Johnston Your Green Home by Alex Wilson Building an Affordable House by Fernando Pages Ruiz Music: Apple iMovie River Walk and Sprightly
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Learn milking procedures in the barn that will ensure your safety and cow comfort. Topics covered include general milking practices, tips for keeping cows calm and comfortable, a description of the milking routine, recommended personal protective equipment (PPE) like aprons and goggles, an overview of milking parlor styles, working with chemicals, electrical safety, machine room safety and other safety issues that you should be aware of when working in a milking parlor. Learn how to handle animals properly on your dairy farm. Topics covered include moving cows safely, understanding how cows see, working with locking stanchions, treating animals in chutes, hoof trimming, and being safe around bulls. This video is part of a dairy safety training series titled "Considering Human and Animal Safety," produced under the direction of Dairy Extension Specialist Robert Hagevoort, PhD. These educational videos were produced by the U.S. Dairy Education and Training Consortium in partnership with New Mexico State University Cooperative Extension, New Mexico State University Dairy Extension, the Southwest Center for Agricultural Health, Injury Prevention, and Education (CDC/NIOSH 2 U54-OH07541), USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA), and the High Plains Intermountain Center for Agricultural Health and Safety (HICAHS) (http://www.hicahs.colostate.edu) (CDC/NIOSH 2 U54-OH008085). Disclaimer: This video is provided for informational and educational purposes only. The video contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of CDC/NIOSH or any other funders.
Lovely 3Br/2Bth pool home with 18 stalls. The center aisle barn 16 stalls, tack & feed rooms and bathroom. Plus, there is a 2 stall detached barn perfect quarantine. All this on a spacious 4.3 acre lot! Featuring a 150' x 200' riding arena with 10 HP irrigation, 3 wash racks, 7 grass paddocks & two legal 30 AMP RV hookups. All within close proximity to WEF & Global Dressage Showgrounds. The Home has a split floor plan, volume ceilings & French doors, neutral 18'' X 18'' tile floors, covered patio & granite counters in kitchen. Master bedroom features tray ceilings, walk-in closets & spa tub in Master bath. The 2 separate stalls are approved as USDA import-export facility. This subdivision allows commercial/business operation.
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www.tourfactory.com/1085888/r_www.youtube.com This home is located in Ava, MO. Contact Kelly Real Estate & Auction Co. for more information. Kelly Real Estate & Auction Co. 417-926-1070 A RIVER RUNS THROUGH IT! This turn-key horse property/cattle ranch comes complete with cattle, tractors, all implements need to maintain a ranch, 4-wheelers, and tools. Park your car, get on your horse, and go to work. Horse Farm/Cattle Ranch at its finest. Most prestine, well-maintained ranch found in Missouri. Only 9 miles from the acclaimed Rock Bridge Trout Farm, and 70 miles from Branson; the entertainment capital of the midwest. A turn-key ranch complete with an exceptional Amish constructed and built solid oak barn; inclusive with horse stalls. Near the barn, sits an exquisite, quaint remodeled and fully furnished cottage. This ranch is inclusive with both full blood Angus momma cows and Wagyu bulls. These calves are 95% USDA graded prime and above. Perfectly built and newley constructed perimeter and cross fence for rotational grazing. All equipment, including tractors,all implements to keep ranch looking good,and four-wheelers are included. This ranch is a MUST SEE! ! for showing call 417 543 0422
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Presented by: Carey Williams, Ph.D., Associate Professor and Extension Specialist, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ Suzette Truax, Equine Specialist, USDA NRCS Pennsylvania, Chambersburg, PA View the webinar at http://conservationwebinars.net to earn CEUs. Participants in this training will learn about grazing concerns and solutions horse owners have when dealing with limited acreage. Participants will learn about equine behavior and how management needs to be adjusted to have successful pastures on limited acres. The discussion will focus on pasture management and heavy use areas (sacrifice areas) and why they are important for a successful pasture. Conservation planners and others will learn how they can help horse owners develop and implement conservation practices on these acres.
Welcome to Sand Creek Post & Beam, the leading manufacturer of custom designed wood barn kits. We are a family owned company, located in the heart of rural America at Wayne, Nebraska. Our barns are based on historic barn styles perfected by our forefathers, using post and beam construction and a faithful commitment to the timber frame tradition for the ultimate in strength, flexibility and beauty. Keeping these traditions alive and sharing the passion for our barn kits is the cornerstone of our company. Timber Frame Construction Like the cathedrals and barns of days gone by, our barns are built using traditional timberframe construction. Today’s technology has allowed us to offer ¼” custom-designed steel joinery plates to make each joint even more secure. Because the timbers forming the frame of the building carry the weight of the structure, interior space can be left open or divided in almost any way imaginable. Timber frame construction offers superior strength with the warmth and beauty of exposed wood timbers. Building Green Sand Creek Post & Beam has a deep concern for the environment and protection of the land. We want our barns to last for generations, while ensuring healthy forests and a clean environment as part of our legacy. Not only was wood the traditional building material for barns, wood grows naturally, using energy from the sun, and is the only major building material that’s renewable, re-usable and sustainable. It outperforms other materials in terms of energy use, greenhouse gases and air pollution, and is actively promoted by the USDA as superior green building material. Where others may use harsh chemicals harmful to the environment (often used on sill plates), Sand Creek Post & Beam chooses to use Eastern Red Cedar that is naturally resistant to rot, decay and insects. In addition, the flexibility of wood makes it an ideal building material for earthquake safety or high wind requirements. As part of our efforts to be good stewards and help with reforestation, Sand Creek Post & Beam will donate 10 lodge pole pine or Douglas fir trees in your name when you purchase a barn kit from us. Our barn kits are produced primarily from Ponderosa Pine which re-seeds itself for future growth. Our suppliers practice selective logging to help maintain and continue the healthy growth of forests. The Sand Creek System Sand Creek Post & Beam traditional barn kits are manufactured at our modern post and beam plant facility in Wayne, Nebraska. The Sand Creek Post & Beam system is the perfect blend of customization and pre-manufacturing. We take each customer’s one-of-a-kind custom barn design and pre-build the complete frame, handcrafting each window, door and cupola in our plant facility. Every barn kit and accessory is made following rigorous quality control standards to ensure a superior product. Once completed, the frame is disassembled and everything is packaged, labeled and shipped to your property. This results in a substantial reduction in construction costs and a beautiful, custom-designed barn kit with the convenience, quality control, ease of construction and cost savings of a pre-manufactured structure. Follow us: Website: http://www.sandcreekpostandbeam.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SandCreekPostandBeam Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sandcreek_barns Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/scpbarns
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Claybrook Farms Suffield CT pictorial horse farm in the quaint town of Suffield. Over 27 acres that includes an approved building lot complete w/utility hook-ups,driveway permit and on sewer map. All you need is a building permit and the plans for your dream home. The property is enhanced w/a 13,000 sq. ft. Morton built barn where you will find 7 stalls,foaling stall,wash stall,grain room,heated tack room and a lighted indoor arena w/ a combination sand and rubber flooring. Across from stables is a 1,890 sq. ft. Morton built heated and insulated equipment shed w/two 16' automatic entry doors into the bays. That's not all, this property boasts 2 paddocks over an acre each w/ frost free water hydrants, solar powered fans and auto sprayer for insect control. Standard dressage arena, driving arena,water hazard and 1/3 mile grass exercise track. Come call this serene place home. Schedule a showing today!!
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This video is a more comprehensive look at The Grass Whisperers' winter cattle area. There are three areas with different elements in each that the cattle will like. The three areas also allow for different access points to the pasture. For wintering cattle you want to keep a few things in mind: - your manure isn't going right on to pasture, make sure you have a plan to manage it so that you are not polluting your water supply or your neighbors' water supply - make it easy for the cattle to get in and out as needed - have access to feed your cattle from feed stored nearby - manage mud and water - manage water running off roofs - make it secure so your cattle aren't escaping http://thegrasswhisperer.com http://farmmarketingsolutions.com
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For more information visit http://3131JanetSt.C21.com 3131 Janet St East Stroudsburg, PA 18301 MLS 589272 Beds: 3 | Baths: 2 Building Area: 2272 Sq. Ft. All brick home on 3.07A in wooded environment that is zoned for 4 horses. Home needs updating but has good bones a lot of square footage for the price. Home has two fireplaces and 2 full baths and hardwood floors in bedrooms under carpet. Lower level does not feel like basement as it flows right from the 1st floor and there is a walkout slider as well. Lower level is heated with 250 gal. propane tank. Rear of home features very private setting with 2 level deck and covered patio. Rear of property features a small barn where owners kept their horses. USDA approved for 100% financing. Also a 2 car garage and huge shed with electric. Contact Agent: Tim George Pinnacle
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www.KYhomes.co/Archway-Farm Archway Farm (2995 HWY 2141, Stanford, KY 40484) 145.49 Deed Acre, Turnkey Cattle Farm & Remodeled Ranch Home Turn Key, Self-Sustaining Central KY Cattle Farm. Rare opportunity, completely remodeled 2400sqft brick ranch home w/new kitchen (maple cab. & granite), wood burning FP, open concept, hickory floors, 2 of 3 BAs remodeled w/marble tops, family/rec rm space, screened porch. 145.49 Deeded Acres, USDA plot shows approx. 166.3 acres, which includes Railroad Lease of 11+ ACs. Also Available, Angus cattle herd, ALL Farm Equipment Needed to Successfully Run & Operate This Farm. Incl...Tractors, Balers, Mowers, Flatbed trailer, Dodge Diesel 3500 4x4, ATV, Hay Tedder, Creep feeders, Calf Table, Hay Rings, etc. 2 car detached garage, tobacco barn w/5 bailers & stripping room. Cattle barn w/workshop, 220 electric, hay loft, office space w/half bath. Large covered equipment shed w/concrete & manure aging area. Silo w/concrete floor & chain feeder system & uploader. Completely fenced & cross fenced, future marketable walnut timber, several creeks, 9 stock tanks, 2 stock ponds, feeding pads & more! 49.1 Inches Per Year Rain Fall in Lincoln County, KY 4 Cuttings of Hay/Year! In 2015, 475 4 x 5 Round Bales of Hay! Exclusively Listed: Amanda Marcum of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Foster Realtors www.KYhomes.co/Archway-Farm 859-353-2853 Amanda Cell Phone
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I recently received viewer questions inquiring what the process is for being able to sell meat legally from our homestead. I address how the options for selling meat within the legal regulations. The only legal way to technically sell meat is through the USDA inspection process. There is a way to indirectly sell meat but selling a live animal and using a USDA custom meat exemption. If you have received any value from this video, please consider supporting our work through our amazon affiliate link and/or through Patreon Patreon link: https://www.patreon.com/grassfedhomestead Amazon Affiliate link: https://www.amazon.com/shop/thegrassfedhomestead
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A tour of a beef plant guided by Dr. Temple Grandin, Professor of Animal Science at Colorado State University and widely considered to be the world's leading expert on humane animal handling at meat packing plants. This video provides an honest look at how cattle are handled at meat packing plants
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http://danielamodeo.larosarealtyblog.com/100-usda-financing-on-new-construction/ Luxury Golf Homes of Lake Nona Avid golfers in Florida have their choice of homes situated along golf courses. The cream of the crop, however, is the Lake Nona Golf and Country Club. To find the perfect luxury golf homes of Lake Nona, this area is often the first choice of many who envision stepping out their door and onto the green. The luxury golf homes of Lake Nona are truly a golfer's paradise. With expansive and modern conveniences and beautiful golf courses, there is no equal. Lake Nona Golf and Country Club is an utopia for golf enthusiasts, serving as a sanctuary of luxury real estate along beautiful Lake Nona. This is the perfect location to relax and enjoy life, no matter what stage you are in. Empty nesters and families alike have called Lake Nona home, and they are living well and staying active and healthy. While there are many luxury golf homes of Lake Nona, the Club is where many move to stay. Please Continue Reading at: http://danielamodeo.larosarealtyblog.com/100-usda-financing-on-new-construction/
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Here we go. Picking up the hay by hand mostly! And it's not all the way dry but we have days of storms coming. Sickle not in this video but is a New Idea 30A. Ford 8N Tractor and New Holland 144 inverter to turn over the hay. Please also follow us on Facebook and Instagram!! Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/prattfamilyhomestead/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/pratt_family_homestead/
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These three SteelMaster steel buildings were chosen to be a unique and modern contemporary art studio for the Chambers Fine Art Chinese artists in New York. Although the steel buildings are durable and strong, they are able to provide open spaces with no support internally.
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Today's project list features sorting the yearlings, getting the steers separated from the heifers to prepare for Bangs vaccinations and a very close call as the drone has a hard landing in a very dangerous place. Please comment, subscribe and share! Become a supporter on Patreon : https://www.patreon.com/ourwyominglife Subscribe Now → https://goo.gl/5HfhGj Facebook → https://www.facebook.com/OurWyomingLife/ Twitter → https://twitter.com/OurWyomingLife YouTube → https://www.youtube.com/c/ourwyominglife Reddit → https://www.reddit.com/r/OurWyomingLife/ Website→ http://www.ourwyominglife.com/ Business Inquiries: For sponsorship requests or business opportunities please contact us directly: email@example.com Our Wyoming Life PO Box 667 Gillette WY 82717 Join us on our journey as we leave a life in corporate america to come back to Wyoming and help on the family ranch. Our Wyoming Life features our Wyoming ranch and our ranch family. Giving you a look into the workings of ranching from raising cattle to raising and harvesting crops. Erin will join you weekly out of the garden, showing you how she helps provide for our family through growing produce and selling at local farmers markets, and Mike will take you along as he tends to the animals and land of ranch, from calving to fencing to planting and harvesting hay. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Calving and Technology on the Ranch" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ubqiYmhL2nQ -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Lindsey Lusher Shute talks about the decades long migration away from the family farm in the United States, and how bringing young people back to farming is critical for the future of food, agriculture and rural places. Lindsey Lusher Shute is the Executive Director and co-founder of the National Young Farmers' Coalition, (NYFC) a membership-based organization dedicated to the success of the next generation of sustainable farmers in the United States. NYFC's supporter network includes thousands of farmers and consumers from all fifty states, who work together to advocate for change in Federal policy, develop new farm technology through the Farm Hack project and solve local issues through regional NYFC chapters. Lindsey regularly speaks at conferences and meetings across the nation, advocating for practical and policy solutions that will help beginning farmers build independent and sustainable farms. Lindsey and her husband run Hearty Roots Community Farm, a 600-member CSA farm, in the Hudson River Valley. Lindsey's first growing experience was at the Red Shed Community Garden in Brooklyn, which she built from the ground up with neighbors. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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Subscribe to our channel: https://goo.gl/Z4nZcg Please do not forget to visit the site http://scribol.com This Lion’s Rescuers Were Sure She’d Die. But When You See What Saved Her Your Heart Will Melt ************************************************************** A gaunt-looking lioness tries to muster up enough strength to lap up water as a caretaker sadly assesses her emaciated figure. When rescuers found the feline, she was at death’s door. But sometimes, as her caretakers discovered, miracles can come from unexpected places. In 2009 the U.S. Department of Agriculture succeeded in saving a lioness, Sheila, who had been badly treated at an entertainment center in Texas. The establishment was found to be exploiting such animals at private events, and Sheila had been neglected almost to the point of death. ----------------------------------------------------------- ►Article link:https://goo.gl/oM9Gdw ------------------------------------------------------------ Indeed, the USDA advised the In-Sync Exotics Wildlife Rescue and Educational Center in Wylie, Texas – which houses abandoned, abused or unwelcome wild cats – that saving her could be a long shot. In fact, they said a merciful death was, sadly, her best option. This was because Sheila, who was not much older than a year when rescued, could scarcely eat, drink or walk. “She had very little muscle coordination, and thus, when she walked, her legs would slip out from under her,” an In-Sync statement said of her terrible condition. ************************************************************** ►You can support the channel: PATREON https://goo.gl/KtaKrp ►Image credits: Facebook/insyncexotics ►web: http://watchjojo.com ► SUBSCRIBE US: https://goo.gl/Z4nZcg *Thank you :Robin Lewis ► Follow Us On Google Plus: https://goo.gl/JYf9Rr ► Like us Our Facebook Page: https://goo.gl/C5Rv92 ► Follow On Twitter: https://goo.gl/PZ2U1R ►For more articles visit: http://scribol.com #watchjojo
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Prime growing and living ground, fenced and cross fenced, improved barns and shed, successfully farmed for certified organic vegetables, grains, forage crops and honey, and suitable also for raising alpacas, horses, sheep and goats, herbs, lavender and other flowers, and many other uses. It also has important Class A senior water rights. Located in the heart of Washington Wine Country in the shadow of the Snipes Mountain AVA, be a part of the solution to create healthy habitats for people and wildlife located on a certified salmon river, Mt. Rainier and Mt. Adams visible to our west, Snipes Mountain to our north, and the Horse Heaven Hills to the south. This USDA certified organic farming environment is so pristine and blossom-filled it is called “bee heaven” by those bringing dozens of hives to the property each year, and called “astonishing to find more varieties of birds here – and on a farm where nearly none are seen--than we see elsewhere” – by an Audubon official. This project has taken nearly ten years to restore some of the richest farmland in the world, beneficiary of the Missoula Ice Floods and volcanic ash, enriching the rock-free soil over thousands of years, and across the river from thousands of acres of Yakama Nation wildlife preserve. And now we must leave the continuance of this in others’ hands. Our farm has become a destination for agritourism activities, agricultural students, and school groups wanting to learn about how to implement sustainable farming practices. During our time here we have hosted interns and groups of school children and college students, who have planted thousands of trees and shrubs to create refuge for pollinators. 10 acres of river frontage is currently under restoration with native vegetation, supported by the Washington Department of Ecology, to improve the health of the river, support fisheries, pollinators and other wildlife. Homestead specifics: • 2.92 acres with garage, shop, barn, and loafing shed/stable. • Certified organic and Salmon Safe Certified • Multiple living/hobby/guest spaces • Additional buildings for winery-focused agritourism events which we have successfully hosted during our tenure • Additional 48X20 Loafing Shed, currently used as a horse stable • Property is also equipped with a 32 X 70 foot hay barn with a perfect wood floor for dancing and other events. Tall enough for a second floor! • 88X32 enclosed garage/shop with three cool rooms, partially foam insulated and pre-plummed with gas heat. One bay air fully insulated and conditioned for cool room or other. • 24x56 hoop house for possible market growing operation • Private setting as we are 1/4 mile off of the road and Yakima river access. • 4 bed/3.5 bath (1/2 bath ready for a shower) in the main house, largely new in 2012. • Separate Mother in law cottage with two baths, separate water filtration, laundry, water heater and heating and A/C system. • Upgraded features including higher end insulation, Energy Star double-paned Milguard windows in 2012 addition, Energy Star double-paned Jeldwen windows everywhere else installed in 2008, 3/4 oak wood floors throughout, SunTouch heated tile floors, two gas fireplaces, skylights, gas range, newer appliances, finished basement, wrap around back porch, and more. • The backyard is an entertainers dream; tastefully landscaped with fruit trees and flowering shrubs, fire pit, wood-fired pizza oven, gazebo and more! Mature apple, pear and raspberries, blueberries and grapes with room for a large garden, chickens, goats, and more. • Room for grazing paddocks and senior water rights (SVID). Included river guest cottage/hired-man house. Two-Bedroom, Two-Bath with Trane (new in 2014) central heat and a/c, seamless metal roof, wood stove, full kitchen, new energy star vinyl windows, large covered, stamped-concrete porch overlooking the river, detached storage/shop, mature cherry and plum trees, and more. Acreage is fenced and crossed fenced and includes approximately ½ mile of Yakima River frontage. Views include Snipes Mountain AVA and looks across the river to thousands of acres of Yakama Nation Wildlife Reserve. Currently in hay production, honey production and pasture. Certified organic since 2008. Senior Water Rights. All information is deemed reliable, but not guaranteed. Buyer responsible to verify. Stock Media provided by houseofsounds / Pond5 Stock Media provided by Twist_Of_Lemmon_Music / Pond5 Stock Media provided by Twist_Of_Lemmon_Music / Pond5
Views: 50 Lybbert Fielding Real Estate
11 hours to raise the barn, 1800 nuts & bolts www.steelmaster.com, "S" type structure 4/2/2010 - I am selling the other "S" building w/o ends. It is stored in the finished building (the one you see in the video) sitting there unused. Waterproof, snow falls right off and is maintenance free. Great for storing equipment, hay, or shelter for animals. Size is 30'W x 15'H x 56'L of 22 gauge steel. Use it open or build ends on it to enclose it. Never erected, comes with instructions and all the nuts & bolts to put it together. Located in Honeoye, New York . $12,500 takes it.
Views: 37120 twaanng
Join my wife and myself on our adventure of building our little homestead farm in the Cascade Mountains of the Pacific Northwest. Watch as we establish a garden, orchard, build our home, install solar panels and windmill, apiary, raise rabbits, ducks, chickens, geese and goats. Learn with us as we explore pasture management and forest management, and join me as I build a tree house in the timber upon my mountain. We are attempting a different form of prepping.
Views: 392 Pine Meadows Hobby Farm A Modern Homestead
Please THUMBS UP if you enjoyed this vlog :) Get to Know Me! Instagram: https://instagram.com/hayyyitsmaya/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/hayyyitsmaya For Business Inquiries Email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org Camera: Nikon D5100 Editing Software: Sony Vegas Pro 11.0
Views: 9460 HayItsMaya
Clover Equestrian Estate for True Horse People! Lovingly maintained 12 acre farm. Professional equine accommodations: 8 stall main barn with indoor arena and all the fixins. 2 breeding barns with professional surveillance equipment, 3 run up barns, and 9 fenced pastures. For the humans, over 3400 sq. ft home overlooks it all with beautiful views and separate living quarters for trainer or guests. Easy access to I-77 and I-85. Just 25 min to Charlotte. Please make an appointment to view.
Views: 1052 Robin King
http://www.JasonBoykin.com Agent/Owner. Heart properties. Wonderful home that qualifies for 100% USDA financing. New carpet, fresh paint, new stove, refrigerator. This home has a lot of land space. Just down the road from west worthem elementary school. Nice and quiet atmosphere. Huge master bedroom and walk in closet.Call Jason 228-806-4253
JFK All The Way "Spirit" showing in Florence, SC owned by Jeff and Rebecca Chittenden, Locust, NC and the UK Giving his brother another break, Great Job Mash
Views: 428 waynestand
SRP Realty & Management Home for Rent: 4705 Chapel Grove Rd, Gastonia, NC 28052 www.srpmanagement.net
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Private Country Setting with Breathtaking Country Views and Delaware River Views - Located in the picturesque rolling Hunterdon County hillside and just steps to the Delaware River and Towpath Trail for walking, biking or riding horses. - Truly a diverse compound combining a lovely historic home site, equestrian center, guest cottages, event center, barns and farmland. - Wonderfully restored historic main stone house built in the 1800’s and later expanded features an open floor plan with expansive windows to take in the beautiful rolling hills. - The main home features a chef’s kitchen with center island which opens to the dining room and great room with cathedral ceilings and French doors opening to an expansive patio. The master private wing features a spacious bedroom, cozy fireplace, dressing room, European en suite bath with soaking tub and office. There are two guest suites, plus, two upstairs bedrooms with bathroom. - Host equestrian events! The Equestrian center includes indoor and outdoor riding arena, acres of paddocks, and two barns with 16 stalls plus apartment for trainer or laborers. - The farm has been utilized as a grass-fed cattle operation and can easily be converted to a vineyard or other agritourism business. - Walk or Ride along the Delaware River towpath for access to Stockton, Lambertville, Frenchtown or cross the bridge to New Hope, PA. - Enjoy antiquing and gourmet dining in neighboring towns. Bandleader and ‘King of Jazz’ Paul Whiteman purchased the property in 1938 with his wife, silent film actress Margaret Livingston. The idyllic estate (then called Walking Horse Farm) played host to artists and musicians from New York and beyond, including Whiteman protégé Bing Crosby. Noted agriculturist and philanthropist Lloyd Wescott purchased the property form Whiteman in 1959, renaming it Hunterdon Hills. Among Wescott’s extensive legacy is the neighboring Wescott Nature Preserve, once a part of his own farmland. His brother, literary cult figure Glenway Wescott, lived in one of the property’s multiple historic buildings and enjoyed its proximity to Manhattan. Hunterdon Hills was renamed Tullamore Farms in 2000, with a focus on optimizing the property’s rich and varied terrain, promoting agritourism, and adopting organic practices. This transformation has led to options for organic certification upon filing with the USDA. Property Previews 12-2 PM: Tuesday, August 28th Saturday, September 8th Property Location: 1998 Daniel Bray Hwy (Route 29), Delaware Twp (Stockton), NJ 08559 Auction Date: September 20, 2018 at 1 PM Auction Location: On-Site TAKE THE NEXT STEP! Click here to join the bidders club, then visit our website to download the property information package - http://www.maxspann.com/bidders-club
Views: 776 Max Spann
The pro slaughter industry would like us to believe the horses here at our rescue were of no value, only good for some foreign diners dinner plate. Horse puckey. They work miracles, that no money could ever buy. Why should we as tax payers foot a bill in excess of 5 million a year for USDA horse meat inspection to butcher American horses for foreign diners? Why would we want to pay these horrendous cost to help a small industry in this Nation profit at our expense and at the expense of our horses blood shed? They say because we ship now to Mexico & Canada. Well.........we always did, even when slaughter was in the US. So to reopen slaughter plants here that were costly, violated our American Animal Cruelty Laws and profit only foreign interests and diners is the solution? To this I say horse puckey once again. The answer is simple......BAN horse slaughter in the US and abroad. This is a supply and demand industry .........we simply stop supplying our horses. Stop giving breeders tax breaks on over breeding and then allowing the double dip of selling to slaughter and taking no responsibility for the amount of foals they breed. Have them contribute to programs that horses can help humans in. Prosecute those who neglect, abuse, abandon & starve these noble creatures. We have the laws and those paid to enforce them need to shuck their good old boy mentality and enforce them. Horses help special needs children, special needs adults, soldiers and citizens suffering with PTSD and many other disorders. They are NOT of no value to those with the ability to see past greed.......they are in fact priceless.
Views: 602 Bevkins
Nina the little horse that could ~ her body broken but not her spirit....an adorable mini horse crippled and tethered out on a stake no food, water or shelter.
Views: 2715 Gin Wiltsey
NEW LISTING 20 IRISH LANE, WHITEFIELD $164,900 Pleasant 2-3 bedroom ranch in a nice, private country setting. Configured with 2 bedrooms in main living space, one above the garage. Great place to start a mini-farm. 3.5 +/- acres of pasture and 13 +/- acres of woods. Barn is large enough for a few horses or cows. Newer construction = less maintenance! Interior in like-new condition. Metal roof, auto-start generator, heated 2 car garage, nice kitchen. Will qualify for 100% financing for qualified buyers through USDA / VA, subject to USDA / VA appraisal. For More Information Contact: Harrison Wolfington (207) 592-8844 email@example.com
Views: 2 LaflinWolfington
Casper winning the Park Stake in Florence, SC 1st time Mash had rode Casper in about 3 years, giving his brother a break, Great Job Mash
Views: 390 waynestand
Get on the New Farm list here - http://BluegrassTeam.com/homefinder call 859-379-5263 for more info. Sustainable River Property - LIVE water Farm Land in Kentucky. Country setting - yet just 7 miles to town and an amazing 75 acres with 2 rivers, 4 barns, 2 ponds - this property is super cool with LIVE WATER. Sustainable River Property, river property, Farm land, farm land for sale in Kentucky, Market Garden, market gardening for a living, how to make money market gardening, how to sell vegetables, how to sell produce, Sustainable River Property, river property, farm land for sale in Kentucky. Horse Farm + River Property in Kentucky - 75 acres, 4 barns, 2 ponds, bottoms, woods, basement Best, Best feature - property taxes are only $600 per YEAR! asking 300k - it has a pellet stove for 'backup' - a stove that heats the whole house for 300-400/yr. :-) VIDEO - Make $300/day Market Gardening for a living, How to Make Money on a Small Farm, Farmers Market With the work our sellers have put into this market garden business – and the additional capital improvements they have made to the farm (nearing 6 figures), and the financial support of having this market garden farm turn-key - the chances of your market gardening business success improves greatly. Why not replace modern agriculture with market gardening? As you know, the problems with modern agriculture are numerous, but the solutions, not so much. Local organic market gardening agriculture can (and will) transform society in positive ways, but the limiting factor is the number of people willing to make a change for their community. Our world needs more small-scale farmers who have an interest in market gardening – like you. Market Gardening for a living? Feeding people locally is hard work, but it can be part of a fulfilling lifestyle with a deep sense of connection with the land, family and your community, says Jean-Martin Fortier, a pioneer in the field of Market Gardening. J-M’s low-tech strategy kept his start-up costs to a minimum, and overhead expenses low. The farm became profitable after only a few years, now with revenues north of $140,000 and margins over 50% --- and that is on only an acre and a half --- he claims they have never felt the pinch of financial pressure with his market garden business. I’ll say. Farmers Markets on a serious rise, numbers growing rapidly - How to Make Money on a Small Farm - Since USDA’s Agricultural Marketing Service began tracking farmers’ markets in 1994, the number of markets in the United States has grown from 1,755 to 8,144 in 2013, an increase of about 4 percent from the previous year. The states with the most farmers' markets include California (759), New York (637), Illinois (336), Michigan (331) and Ohio (300). Total annual sales at U.S. farmers' markets are estimated at $1 billion. Kentucky hasnt even touched the tip of the iceberg yet --- this is the opportunity to grow quickly and be the authority in Market Gardening. Why Market Gardening and Farmers Markets? A farmers' market allows growers the opportunity to market directly to consumers without dealing with a food broker. Growers can explain how the food is grown and educate consumers on how to prepare it. What do I do when it isn’t summer season? Most farmers' markets are operated on a seasonal basis, opening in the spring and closing in the fall. However, there are year-round markets and they are generally found on the West Coast, southeast and southwest United States. Top 5 things you need to do to run a successful Small Farm Market Garden as a business: 1 – Purchase a market garden property that has a conducive layout to growing, has great soil, access to live water and has HUGE growth potential ------ CHECK 2 – Purchase the equipment to run this market garden as a business – not just getting by, but real equipment that is sized properly. This is not inexpensive ------ CHECK 3 – Put in 6 figures of capital improvements to your property to make it market-gardening-as-a-business-ready. ------ CHECK 4 – Start your market garden business, grow crops, establish a market for your products and begin to be profitable and make money (this can take years) – it is already done for you. ------ CHECK 5 – Find a market niche and expand on your established business by offering products all year long. ------ what are YOU going to make for the winter months? With an Artist’s community the next town over – Berea, KY – the sky is the limit. Market Garden, market gardening for a living, make money market gardening, how to make money market gardening, running a market garden, running a small market garden, how to sell vegetables, home grown produce, how to sell produce, produce stand, make money gardening, make money farming, farm, homesteaders, small farming, make money farming, make money homesteading, how to make money on a small farm. Best Real Estate Agent in Kentucky
Views: 30413 Brad Simmons
2 Brand new homes available soon. $0 DOWN $0 Closing cost. These Brand New Energy Star Certified homes are located off Clubhouse Road @ 5541 6th st SE Lakeland fl 33812 and 5350 8th st SE Lakeland FL 33812. They will be a Super insulated Brand new Custom home. If you are ready to help us design and build your dream home let's get started today. You can pick your flooring, paint colors, kitchen and bathroom cabinets and much more. This home will have 4 bedrooms 2 baths and a 2 car garage. Also nice covers front porch to enjoy these beautiful Florida days. This lot is very desirable and won't last long. Call us today 863-640-7355 Asking $174,900 $0 down for VA and USDA buyers with approved credit of 640 or higher the monthly payments with taxes and insurance estimated at $1083 month. Living area is 1772 and total with garage and covered front porch, and screen room is 2448
Views: 234 Steve S Mitchell
This is the English version of a training video produced by the MLA/LiveCorp Live Export Program (LEP) of slaughter with stunning prepared for staff in Vietnamese abattoirs that are approved or are in the process of being approved to process Australian cattle. There is a Vietnamese language version of this same video which is part of a suite of materials that support hands on training which the LEP provides on behalf of Australian exporters. The footage used in this video was recorded in one of the Australian Exporter Supply Chain Assurance System (ESCAS) approved abattoirs operating in Vietnam. The video includes information on restraining device preparation, moving animals into a restraining device, operation of stunning equipment, the restraint process, the stunning procedure, management of ineffective stunning and slaughter following effective stunning. The processes used in this video are consistent with methods of stunning and slaughter that meet international and Australian standards. That said images in this video will still be confronting, particularly to people that have not seen an animal stunned and slaughtered before. The video includes footage of cattle being stunned and cattle being cut after stunning. Training abattoir staff in proper handling and slaughter procedures is a major part of the Australian livestock export trade's commitment to ensuring the welfare of Australian exported livestock. The information has broad application and it is the industry's expectation that our investment in training and development of support materials will help influence and improve the treatment of livestock globally. For more information on the Australian livestock export industry - www.auslivestockexport.com For more information on ESCAS - http://www.agriculture.gov.au/export/live-animals/livestock/information-exporters-industry/escas For more information on the LEP - http://www.mla.com.au/Cattle-sheep-and-goat-industries/Livestock-exports/Livesotck-export-program https://www.livecorp.com.au/about-us
Views: 339436 Australian Livestock Exports
Don't wait to take advantage of this unique opportunity to buy your own Certified Organic Hobby Farm. For More Property Details Visit: https://www.lybbertfielding.com/horse-heaven-river-ranch To See Extended Video Click Here: https://youtu.be/lcWym3M5QVY Prime growing and living ground, fenced and cross fenced, improved barns and shed, successfully farmed for certified organic vegetables, grains, forage crops and honey, and suitable also for raising alpacas, horses, sheep and goats, herbs, lavender and other flowers, and many other uses. It also has important Class A senior water rights. Located in the heart of Washington Wine Country in the shadow of the Snipes Mountain AVA, be a part of the solution to create healthy habitats for people and wildlife located on a certified salmon river, Mt. Rainier and Mt. Adams visible to our west, Snipes Mountain to our north, and the Horse Heaven Hills to the south. This USDA certified organic farming environment is so pristine and blossom-filled it is called “bee heaven” by those bringing dozens of hives to the property each year, and called “astonishing to find more varieties of birds here – and on a farm where nearly none are seen--than we see elsewhere” – by an Audubon official. This project has taken nearly ten years to restore some of the richest farmland in the world, beneficiary of the Missoula Ice Floods and volcanic ash, enriching the rock-free soil over thousands of years, and across the river from thousands of acres of Yakama Nation wildlife preserve. And now we must leave the continuance of this in others’ hands. Our farm has become a destination for agritourism activities, agricultural students, and school groups wanting to learn about how to implement sustainable farming practices. During our time here we have hosted interns and groups of school children and college students, who have planted thousands of trees and shrubs to create refuge for pollinators. 10 acres of river frontage is currently under restoration with native vegetation, supported by the Washington Department of Ecology, to improve the health of the river, support fisheries, pollinators and other wildlife. Homestead specifics: • 2.92 acres with garage, shop, barn, and loafing shed/stable. • Certified organic and Salmon Safe Certified • Multiple living/hobby/guest spaces • Additional buildings for winery-focused agritourism events which we have successfully hosted during our tenure • Additional 48X20 Loafing Shed, currently used as a horse stable • Property is also equipped with a 32 X 70 foot hay barn with a perfect wood floor for dancing and other events. Tall enough for a second floor! • 88X32 enclosed garage/shop with three cool rooms, partially foam insulated and pre-plummed with gas heat. One bay air fully insulated and conditioned for cool room or other. • 24x56 hoop house for possible market growing operation • Private setting as we are 1/4 mile off of the road and Yakima river access. • 4 bed/3.5 bath (1/2 bath ready for a shower) in the main house, largely new in 2012. • Separate Mother in law cottage with two baths, separate water filtration, laundry, water heater and heating and A/C system. • Upgraded features including higher end insulation, Energy Star double-paned Milguard windows in 2012 addition, Energy Star double-paned Jeldwen windows everywhere else installed in 2008, 3/4 oak wood floors throughout, SunTouch heated tile floors, two gas fireplaces, skylights, gas range, newer appliances, finished basement, wrap around back porch, and more. • The backyard is an entertainers dream; tastefully landscaped with fruit trees and flowering shrubs, fire pit, wood-fired pizza oven, gazebo and more! Mature apple, pear and raspberries, blueberries and grapes with room for a large garden, chickens, goats, and more. • Room for grazing paddocks and senior water rights (SVID). Included river guest cottage/hired-man house. Two-Bedroom, Two-Bath with Trane (new in 2014) central heat and a/c, seamless metal roof, wood stove, full kitchen, new energy star vinyl windows, large covered, stamped-concrete porch overlooking the river, detached storage/shop, mature cherry and plum trees, and more. Acreage is fenced and crossed fenced and includes approximately ½ mile of Yakima River frontage. Views include Snipes Mountain AVA and looks across the river to thousands of acres of Yakama Nation Wildlife Reserve. Currently in hay production, honey production and pasture. Certified organic since 2008. Senior Water Rights. All information is deemed reliable, but not guaranteed. Buyer responsible to verify. Stock Media provided by PlayAgain / Pond5
Views: 253 Lybbert Fielding Real Estate