Equine Facility/Hobby Farm
Welcome.......are you looking for a horse/animal training facility, boarding facility, breeding facility, or a place to have lots of family fun......maybe even, all of the above? Whether commercial or for pleasure, this farm and the area is amazing and has lots to offer. Enjoy your visit.......thank you for considering this wonderful property!
The farm was purchased in May of 2005 from the original owner of the farm who operated a quarter horse breeding business for 25 years. As a horse/animal ready property there are currently 11 stalls between the two horse barns. Five outdoor stall areas as well. Automatic waterer. Heated tack/grooming area. Wash stall. Barn for hay storage and pole building for machine/misc storage.
In June of 2006 construction began on the living quarters, which was once part of the horse operation. A new cement floor was poured over radiant heat coils and all new construction was done from plumbing to electric to insulation. Anderson windows were installed. New well and septic.
A year later an updating of the heated part of the horse barn area for tack and two stalls was completed. A new heater was installed along with Anderson windows.
A cottage business selling goat milk soap out of the small horse barn, giving riding lessons and hosting two large and active volunteer groups, kept the farm a busy place for years. Sadly, due to health issues, the farm is now for sale.
The neighborhood is very fond of the farm and itÃ¢ï¿½ï¿½s history. Great neighbors who are respectful and appreciate the beauty and interest of the farm and animals, while allowing privacy to the owner.
Wildlife is prevalent. Deer, turkey, fox, pheasant, ducks, geese, otter, and turtles travel around and through the farm. An eagle family soars above the trees, stopping in the pond pasture trees now and then to rest. Bear are in the area. Swans too. The pond pasture is a virtual symphony during the spring and summer with frogs, toads and birds.
Areas to ride, drive or walk a horse are quiet and picturesque. The dead end of Hanson Point connects up with the dead end of Assembly Road making for a beautiful ride along the lake. Lake folks love to see the horses and often come to the end of their driveways to say Ã¢ï¿½ï¿½helloÃ¢ï¿½ï¿½. The pastures offer great trails for riding, walking, 4-wheeling, or just sitting on the top of the hill and viewing the area. Lake access to Big Wood Lake is nearby and fishing is good! Ice fishing is also popular! The entire 30 acre property is fenced and cross fenced.
Grantsburg veterinarians offer both small and large animal services. A feed store is 2 miles north of the farm. Hay is easy to find locally, or, hay can be garnished from the pastures. There is a local saddle club, 4-H equine/animal program, and Gov. Knowles State Park with camping facilities and groomed trails for the equine enthusiast. The GB Public Schools are well respected - check them out.
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