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Posted 1/8/2015 11:56am by Linda and Daniel Marquardt.


 

 

Posted 11/9/2013 3:25pm by Linda and Daniel Marquardt.

Latest addition to the farm, comes in red and black/white, crows early in the morning and often during the day, runs on the hillside behind the house, and even ventured into the barn today.

Eggs to sell!

Posted 8/19/2013 4:28pm by Linda and Daniel Marquardt.

Daniel's ultimate fence is beginning to appear on the hillside in front of the house. Pictures soon! Meanwhile, some wonderful images of Ha-Ha walls at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ha-ha 

The ha-ha wall at Seaton Delaval Hall

"Before mechanical lawnmowers, a common way to keep large areas of grassland trimmed was to allow livestock, usually sheep, to graze the grass. A ha-ha prevented grazing animals from gaining access to the lawn and gardens adjoining the house, giving a continuous vista to create the illusion that the garden and landscape were one and undivided. The name "ha-ha" was given to the feature because, when walking towards it from the garden, it would only become apparent to the observer when close to it."

New Slideshow: Midwest Devon SaleJune 10th, 2015

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Upper Midwest Devon Cattle Workshop and Select SaleJanuary 12th, 2015

   

LinksJanuary 10th, 2015

Red Devon Links Red Devon USA  Devon History (Oaklahoma State Univ) Red Devon History (Wikipedia) Ruby Red Devon Cattle (Devon Cattle Breeders' Society, Devon, England) Devon Cattle Aus

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Welcome to Hillside Pastures

Hillside Pastures is a family-owned farm in the Driftless area of SW Wisconsin. Our Red Devon cattle graze hillsides in the Lowery Creek watershed, just south Spring Green, the Wisconsin River, and Taliesin.

 

Our goal is to continue to build a sustainable and diverse grass farm capable of producing high quality Red Devon cattle and grass-fed beef.

 

Our mission is to bring alive and encourage a meaningful farm experience that includes our family and grandchildren, that we can share with friends and neighbors, and that contributes to the greater community.