The story

The Churn was an important household item for the early settler.  Churns were used into the early 1900’s on farms, like this century family dairy farm, that now has the fourth generation of Holstein breeders living and working on it. This barn was built in 1912 by Fred W. Lee, a prominent Holstein judge and breeder to showcase the famous herd of Haley and Lee.

Hosted by Leeholm Farms


Churn Dash

4860 Milldale Road, Springford, Ontario, Canada

Latitude : 42.931043 Longitude : -80.674478

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