#farm .....**still under construction**
Hay fields have been in production since before 1970. In 1971, Howard hung a rope from the Colliers plant around an area designated for the first Peninsula horse show. After a few rainfalls, the grass underneath the rope started to grow dramatically. This was the first clue that urea would enhance the hay crop.
After a lifetime of on-the-job-training, Shawn took over management of the farm in 1990. Soil tests, fertilizer, trace minerals, and lime keep improving the fields.