Duffy's Lane Maple and Honey
Jen and Brent Roberts
15271 Duffy's Lane, Caledon, Ontario
Brown eggs from free range chickens
At Duffy's Lane, Caledon, Ontario
Custom Cutting Available
We do not have hay for sale.
When we moved up here 5 years ago we never dreamed what was ahead of us. After spending far too many hours cutting the 5 acres on our front "lawn" we decided to put in a crop of hay for our daughter's horse farm
( http://www.freewebs.com/awayzaway/) . We preped the fields ourselves and got it seeded then began the fun and games of trying to get it cut and baled. By the 3rd year we gave up and got our own gear. Now we have all the gear needed
John Deere 4040 tractor ( 95 Hp )
New Holland 271 haybine
New Holland 144 inverter
New Holland 404 re-conditioner ( crusher )
Fransguard SR3200 rotary rake
New Holland 315 baler with thrower
2 x 20' all steel thrower hay wagon.
Our lot is small so we have time available. If you are in the same position we were a few years ago, with a crop that you would like cut, we may be able to help. Give us a call 905-880-7876.
To get here: see our maps page (with satellite view)
To get here from the city come up 427 to the end,
Take Hwy 7 west about 2 Km to the first stoplight, which is Hwy 50.
Come north on Hwy 50 right through Bolton to Castlederg Side Road (stoplight) and turn left (west) to Duffy's Lane Come north about 1/2 Km to 15271.
|Some of the chickens the year Rory the Rooster ran the run. A few weeks later, there was no more Rory.
Fate unknown. But he's not chasing Jen any more.
This year (2006) we started with 22. Now there are 21.
Getting about 18 eggs a day with deep almost orange thick yolks. The grasshopper population is getting thin. The entertainment value will go down with the grasshopper population.
|The beehives in their temporary home beside the chicken container. Last years largest colony is on the right. The others are the new Russian bees with various feeders to help them start building. When they are at full mid summer strength there are nearly 1/2 million bees living there.|