The log stable at this farm dates to 1861 when the farm was first established. The current house was built in 1919; all the cement blocks being made by hand on site and the foundation constructed using stones from the original house. Tours of this fascinating heritage farm operation will be offered during all three days of the tour.
This is our “Rustic Rural” studio where, in addition to Blue Hen Farm offering unique homestead jams and preserves, we have placed Nadine Sculland who makes fabulous miniature quilts as well as Dave Card, a chainsaw carver. Of special note are Leslie’s “65 Roses” jams for sale. 65 Roses” is for Cystic Fibrosis. The term 65 Roses stems from the fact that most young children with this disease cannot pronounce Cystic Fibrosis and so use this term instead. Leslie is donating a percentage to Cystic Fibrosis.
474 Bowland Road, Clayton
Artists at this Location
Blue Hen Farm Bed and Bale
Leslie Ashe Heritage Farming, Homestead Jams and Preserves
Nadine Sculland Miniature Quilts
Dave Card Wood Sculptures/Chainsaw Carving