The weather here has been almost too warm. While it’s nice to see the bees outside cleaning up the dead and taking some nice cleansing flights, it’s still a long time until April and plenty of things could go wrong between now and then. Over all they look good so far and we’re hoping for the best! I’m planning on firing up the outside pizza oven on Sunday since it is supposed to be 62 degrees.
Great weather for grinding feed for the livestock. Bring on the blue skies and warm days.
Some of the cattle were excited to be making the move to the arena.
The biddies are out taking a dust bath in the warm afternoon sunshine.
Blue skies over some of our “new” bulk bins.
These lovely sheep are scheduled for a “hair cut” on March 2! Aren’t they lovely?
About Callens Honey Farm
We live on a small family farm located in S.W. Minnesota, near the South Dakota border.
The source of our honey is from white and red clover. The honey appears as liquid
gold in color. Our honey is extracted using a hand cranked centrifugal force extractor.
Then the honey is screened once into a holding container from which we later fill the
small honey bottles. We do not heat treat the honey nor add any other ingredients.
Pure and natural is our Minnesota honey! What could taste better?
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what a beautiful farm! Isn’t this warm weather strange, though? Hard on the pastures when the ground never really freezes, but God knows what He is doing —
Thanks Beth! Our ground is frozen alright and I read today that we are in for snow next week. That’s the bad part. Hopefully the fruit trees won’t blossom too soon!! He keeps us praying always………… xoxo across the miles………..
Every year you are doing so much more and adding, adding.. Good for you! God bless you all, Dolly…
Thanks Lamby!! Great to hear from you. We try to roll with the flow and it does keep changing. I hope it will keep us young!!! God bless you guys too. xo