Tag Archives: Callens honey farm

~Bull~

We have been rearranging our farm for awhile now.  Livestock come and they go as needed.  For now we no longer need a breeding bull so he was sold and headed out to South Dakota for a change of scenery.   … Continue reading

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~Blue skies and Bees….~

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 … Continue reading

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~Cold, Damp, Muddy, Minnesota Farm~

  Despite the dreary weather, these 75 bred ewes and ewe lambs remain happy and with good appetite. They are due to start lambing April 1.   Hope I didn’t make you too cold seeing all these dreary photos! Work … Continue reading

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~Hog Heaven~

Here we are, down on the Callens Honey Farm.  Our farm life in photos!  Hope you enjoy our busy life which just became a bit harder with these cold temperatures that could freeze an ocean!  I apologize for not having … Continue reading

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~Bees~

The honey harvest this year was good!  We were blessed with a good crop.  Our honey is now being sold in three local stores here in Minnesota…..  Brad’s Market in Minneota, Jim’s Super Value and Moberg Meats in Canby, MN.  We … Continue reading

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~Certified Organic~

  I can’t take any credit for the paper work, time and effort that it has taken to get this certification completed.  I’m so proud of our girls,  for their patience and persistence.  We proudly display on Fred’s old Ford … Continue reading

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~Two Became One~

It’s been a while since I’ve posted on here.  So much has been happening and life somehow passes by so fast.  We now have a beautiful daughter, Angelica.  Her family put on a wonderful wedding which will go down in … Continue reading

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