Tag Archives: #familyfarm

Our Grass Is Greener

It takes a lot of work to maintain the fields correctly. Yearly cutting back of undergrowth, replanting of natural grasses and fescue, and the prevention of soil erosion. We do all this for our girls because we all know if momma isn't happy, then ain't no one happy!
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Maintaining Standards

Maintaining standards is not only an annual thing around here but a daily goal. Everything we do is to provide a more quality product that benefits not only our customers but the environment as well.
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New Squeeze Chute

We decided it was finally time to upgrade the squeeze chute that was purchased in the mid 1960s and until recently was still in use. Last year we made improvements on the old chute putting in a new floor and side panels even added handles for easy access. Even with all that being said, it…
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Memories

This barn was built in the 1930s by Marion Prier and his brothers. I put tin on the barn, which was originally red in the 70s in hopes of preserving the barn for future generations. Sadly, this was not meant to be and the barn burnt completely down in the mid 1990s. It’s funny how…
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Hay barn

This barn sits across the river from our house and is across the road from the original Prier homestead . Marion Prier, built this barn in the late 1950s with the help of his father and eldest son Doyle. We continue to use this barn to this day, you can’t help but be a little…
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She’s back!

Since our last post, the little cub was literally in pieces 😞 I had to share this happy one of her back together and in one piece. After some clutch repairs, and countless hours she’s back together. I know this little tractor probably doesn’t look like much to most people, but she’s a permanent fixture…
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1955 Cub

This little guy has been part of our family farm since it’s purchase in 1955. When Marion Prier, purchased this tractor it was used to mow hay and plow the garden among other farm duties. Today, he’s getting a new clutch so that we can continue to use him to mow the fence rolls and…
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