are a family of five, living at Stranden Gård - at the westcoast of Norway. The region we are living in is called
Sør-Trøndelag, or more specific: Fosen
little community we live in, Fevåg, is known for its beautiful
nature, and great sunsets in the summertime. From old times, people in
Fevåg has been living of agriculture and fishing. Nowadays only a
few of the inhabitants of Fevåg work with primary
the fish is still in the sea, and the beautiful nature is surrounding
us. In addition to lending out summerhouse and Bobcat digger, we run
our farm. We find it important to keep the fields green, and make
Fevåg a place for living, not only in the summertime - but through
the whole year.
is an old family-farm. It has been built up through several generations.
Cattles have allways been important on this farm. Most of the time by producing milk. The latest years by producing beef - meat.
cattle - and chickens are our major income-source. We really like to
work with the cattle! The calves get to stay with their mothers from
birth and until their mother is going to have another calv. This
production is called nursing - cattles? Most important in this
production is that the cows and calves are having good lifes. If the
calv is going to grow and feel comfort, we need to let it stay with its
mother so it can get free feding of milk. In addition it is good for
the cattle to be out on the fields. In the summertime they stay
outside as much as they pleases.
A happy life combined with good heritage materials of the stock means good quality meat
The chickens we are feeding are delivered to Prior.
You can find them in the grocerystore with the label of Prior on the
will be the first year we make proper ecological products on our farm.
We have been going through the elementary years you have to
take to make a change from conventionally to ecological farming.
produce ecological oat and ecological grass on our farm. 220 daa is
sanctionned by the norwegian controllorganisation Debio.
Massey Ferguson 6290
with five - just for fun! But with the lambs this spring there will be
about 30 of this very cosy kind of cheep. Norwegian wild cheeps are the
kind of cheeps the vikings used to keep. It is the anchetor of most of
the different breeds of cheeps in Norway. They are very social and
interested in what we are doing. They are really fun to work with!