Saugeen Valley Farm

By: Lesley

Feb 14 2012

Category: barns, Grey-Bruce

18 Comments

Aperture:f/5.6
Focal Length:10.3mm
ISO:80
Shutter:1/1000 sec
Camera:DMC-ZS7

Part of the Saugeen River Community Supported Agriculture, this farm was started in 1997 and strives to provide the community with a personal link between the families and the land that nourishes them. It also has apprentices who wish to learn about biodynamic and organic farming. Located on Hwy 6 just north of Durham.

Participating in Barn Charm

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18 comments on “Saugeen Valley Farm”

  1. Wow, that is a big beautiful barn!

  2. Great looking barn!

  3. i love red barns. just a great shot. (:

  4. Red barns look so beautiful in the snow!

  5. A beautiful barn…sure looks cold, though.

  6. I love the roofline—its complex shape. The red is wonderful as all red barns seem to be. Sounds like a wonderful ‘enterprise’—good to know there’s folks striving to keep farming alive and strong.

  7. Huge barn! I know I say that all the time about northern barns, but they’re just so big compared to Southeast Missouri barns!

    Love the name on the side

    Thanks so much for linking up to this week’s Barn Charm =)

  8. I really like the angle you chose to shoot this from.

  9. Wonderful barn! Love the name painted on it.

  10. Beautiful photo.

    Regards and best wishes

  11. Great red barn with the snow. It’s interesting that they have apprentices who are learning organic farming.
    Thanks for visiting my blog.

  12. But that big red barn in the background has been there since long before 1997!!! It’s the “old boys” like that that I love.

  13. The old barn is so lovely, even now. I understand why the pole barns are built, but they just don’t compare to these beauties.

  14. Great shot! The snow just makes the red pop!


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