Twisted Oak Farm
& Residential Services, LLC.
Why we started this business and what we do:
In looking for people to clear and re-work land into a working farm and homeplace, we couldn't find anyone to do what we needed at a reasonable price. We also wanted very specific things done that most weren't willing to do. We decided to buy the equipment and do it ourselves. With a combined experience of over 75 years in the farming/ranching, milling, livestock, backhoe and dirt work, fencing, and clearing trades; we bring that together and more to take your ideas and needs and bring them to life.
Twisted Oak in a nutshell
What we're up to:
February 20, 2019
Pixie wanted to say hi, and beg for food. So, just a normal day, enjoying the sunshine.
New Tractor Operator
May 12, 2019
We recently promoted the barn cat. She now supervises some of the tractor work.
Do lawnmowers snuggle? It looks like these 2 do.
September 5, 2019
One of the goats enjoys to snuggle with her mechanical counterparts... after she knocks over the empty trash cans.
Looking for a unique place to take family pictures?
December 2, 2019
We decided to take pictures of some of the baby goats as well as make an amateur attempt at a couple of Christmas Card photos.
Maybe the new year will be better?
December 31, 2019
We had an electrical problem start a fire in our barn on December 31st. Luckily everyone is ok, we weren't in the barn at the time it happened. Keep us in your prayers.
Replacement of damaged equipment from the fire.
May 8, 2020
Well, the local dealer we usually get our hay equipment from found out we were shopping around for a baler. Needless to say, we have replaced our old one now... :) McLehaney Equipment in Haskell, Ar. is great, and go out of their way to make sure we are taken care of.
Keeping things neat and tidy.
May 15, 2020
Sometimes, it's just nice to get out and enjoy the day. The grass is really growing this year. Looks like the mower will stay busy.
A meeting of the minds
September 25, 2020
Our 5 month old billy goat named Elvis decided to butt heads with one of the steer. The steer barely noticed of course.