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Our farm beginnings back in 1896 when my great grandparents came from Europe to settle on the same chunk of dirt where we live and work today.
Clayton Farms has been a generational farming operation where Thomas helped both his Dad and Grandpa in the farming life. Clayton Farms calve over 200 Charolais Cross Cows.
We've been farming as a married couple for 36 years. Raising our children on the farm and giving them an all around experience to know the benefits of hard work and how to help someone in need. Farming isn't a job, it's a way of life.
Our family has been farming for over 100 years.
Our family farm consists of 200 purebred cows and 1,000 acres of grain land.
My wife, three sons and I love the farming life with 10 quarters of cattle and grain land.
The farm was homesteaded in 1887 by my great grandfather, Samual Askin, when he immgrated from Eastern Canada and purchased a quarter section in the North-East Brandon area. It was told that when doing field work with the horses, my great grandfather would rest the horses at the end of the field and proceed to sharpen fence posts while the horses rested. He was recognized for the fine quality of hroses he raised. The farm has since been passed to my grandfather, Harry Askin, then to my parents and now to my wife and I.
My parents moved to Manitoba in the early 1950's and bought our farm in 1995. I took over the farm at the age of 16 after my father had a terrible accident and since then we've expanded our farm to 100 cows and 2,000 acres. My son and I work together on the farm.
We bought our farm near Virden in 1992 and started as a small commercial beef operation. Over the years we've expanded to have purebred beef plus chicken and pigs. We've taken on more pasture and land to meet the needs of our growing herd. Our son and his wife also farm part-time adjacent to our home half section. They are invovled in the cattle operation as well as providing corrals and pasture for the purebred bulls, they have horses and a small meat goat heard.
We moved back to Lenore in 1991 to help on the family farm. We farmed with Tim's dad, Arnold, and eventually took over the farm land with cattle and pigs. Our son Riley also loves the farm too!
My great grandparents moved from Ontario and homesteaded in South-West of Brandon in the Roseland district 129 years ago, in 1891. The farm and grown from a quarter section to over 4,500 acres with 2,600 of crop land and the rest in hay and pasture land for over 300 cow calf operation. Our farm is a family operation with our oldest son farming full-time and our brother and sister working in the Ag industry. We have other relatives farming within the area that also have ties to the Williamson Heritage Farm.
Our farm has been in the family for our 100 years. We've taken on the farm as a young farmer running a cattle operation.
Lance convinced a city girl to move to the farm and 25 years later with 2 great kids, cows, chickens, and pigs we live happily ever after!
Two young ranchers raised on our own family farms establishing strong roots to give our daughter and our future family the childhood we were blessed with. Having horses, cattle, hay and grain land plus many pets, taught us howt o live through the ups and downs appreciating everything we have. Most importantly we have each other, our family and love spending quality time working along side one another.
We bought our farm in 1978 and have been farming for over 40 years. We are privileged to work algonside our two sons. Our farm is mixed with grain and over 180 head of cattle.
We're a family farm working together on our cattle and grain operation just west of Virden. Our entire family works together to keep up with our 1,7000 acres and 300+ cow and calf operation.
Hill Heritage farm has been operating for 120 years.
I am the fourth generation farming with my parents and brother and his wife. We raise purebred simmental and do some grain. We all work and live together to keep our farm a family operation.
Bryce's parents moved from a farm north of Brandon to operate a dairy farm South of Oak Lake in 1970. They built the farm up from an open hay field by moving some buildings from Brandon and built a new barn for milking herd of purebred jersey cattle. Bryce and I took over the dairy farm in 1976 and with our 4 children we've continued with upgrades to grow the farm to what it is today.
My great grandfather moved to Grandview to farm over 80 years ago. Since then the farm has stayed in our family with my parents and uncle working on the farm. Now my brother and I are fourth generation farmers on the same land my great grandfather purchased.
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