New Glarus, Wisconsin
The farm totals 395 arces total, built in 1850, this family owned farm has a lot of character. It includes the original farm house, carriage house, chicken coup, dog kennel, shed, pig pen, calf quarters, holstein living areas, the barn for the milking jersey cows, 2 silos, 2 large buildings for storing farm machinery and other automotive endevores. The property also has a tranquiel stream running through it (located on the bottom of the image), for the cows to drink from and children to cool off in. Located in a valley, we have a good defense again tornados.
With over 40 jersey cows and 10 calves, Keystone Farms is a very
busy (and sometimes stinky) place.
Our livestock are born naturally on
Our calves are named, not numbered and are raised on our property. They enjoy a balanced diet and are given plenty of personal attention by the youngest daughter, Lauren.
Winters in Wisconsin are harsh. Cold temperatures only allow the cows to go outside only a few times in a season.