The Farm is Open
Here at Old McCaskill's Farm, there is always something going on! From daily chores and feedings to sheep sheerings and spur of the moment bar-b-q's... no one can keep up with ever-changing life on the farm better than Kathy McCaskill.

Although the farm is not an interactive one, we encourage our guests to roam the grounds freely. The farm is open seasonally to the public, Thursday through Friday, 2pm-6pm and Saturday, 8:30am-12pm.
Here are some of the merits Old McCaskill's Farm boasts:

-The B&B is LLC
-Winner of the 2010 Certified SC Regional Farmers Market Promotional Contest
-Certified SC Grown
-TODS (Agriculture Tourist Oriented Directional Signage Program) Member
- SC Agritourism Association Member
-USDA Inspected Meats
-Grant Recipient for Rotational
Grazing with Chicory
-Licensed & Insured for Meat & Egg Handling
-DHEC Approved Canning Kitchen
-Certified in Better Process Control prescribed by the FDA & USDA at
Clemson University
-USDA Certified Labeling
Edibles From The Farm
Also Carrying
Goat Cheese
Local Honey
Rice & Grits
Hormone Free Milk
A border collie to keep 'em straight
A great pyreneese to protect 'em
And corgies to keep 'em company
Sheep of course
Free range chickens and guineas
Goats, Cows and
a Horse (which is mostly a pasture ornament)
All of our animals are raised antibiotic and medication free. Our feed is a special non-medicated formula ground from corn, soybean meal, and cottonseed. 

The animals are periodically checked through the Famacha system and selectively wormed. They also consume free choice mineral. Furthermore, all of our meats and sausages are preservative-free.
Our flock is a closed flock for biosecurity purposes. We want to know that our animals are at no risk from outside diseases.
We are as close to organic as one can get without being certified. We are currently unable to afford the cost of organic corn and hay. Just the same, if we could use it, our customers couldn't afford the products afterward. 
We Also Carry
-How-To Books related to Farming
-Fresh Vegetables raised here on
Old McCaskill's Farm (seasonal)
-Seasonal Shearlings from butchered animals including lamb and goat
(Short-Napped Shearlings are used for babies and underneath bed-riden patients to prevent bed sores. Regular length shearlings are used for rugs, chairs, car seats and motorcycle seats- it always helps to cushion the ride)
100% Wool Products
-No poly or cotton fibers
-Wool blankets from sheep sheared in the spring (largely Old McCaskill's Farm sheep, softly brushed, machine washable, various colors)
-Wool Blankets come in 5 sizes from lap to queen
-Hand-knit Socks, Hats and Gloves (regular, fingerless and mittens)
-Scarves and Shoulder Wraps
For Knitters, Crocheters & Felters

Our 100% wool yarns are sold by the skein and sold in a variety of colors. Each skein is 2 ply and 220 yards. We also carry rosewood needles in a variety of sizes, as well as crochet hooks, circulars and other accessories. You may also be interested in out felted items including purses, hats, etc. 
Kathy on a typical day at the Market
For a closer look at Old McCaskill's Farm, watch the streaming video from the May 25th, 2010 episode of SC ETV's "Making It Grow"
377 Cantey LaneRembert, SC 29128
803-432-9537 (home)803-425-8351 (fax)
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