Polish farm

Polish farm

The following are some photos from a Polish farm.

Polish farm earth
Polish farm earth

This is not just any farm mind you, but rather my wife’s parents place north of Krakow and south of Warsaw. These photos do not do it justice because did not take photos of the nice buildings and structures and beautiful homes but just normal countryside things.  I would have also liked to get some nice landscape photos from a hill, but maybe another time.

Polish farm road
Polish farm road

Polish agriculture

Poland field
Poland field

In Poland something like 20% of the entire population are farmers or closely connected to farming.

Polish farm sign
Polish farm sign

This is compared to less than 1% in America and 5% in western European counties. I actually like this, although many people would call this inefficient. Why do I like this?

Polish farm cow
Polish farm cow

I get fresh organic home grown produce from local farmers. Can you image how much this would cost in a Whole foods shop, or even a farmers market.  Lets be honest unless you live in Vermont the food in America is not that great.  I am American and love America, but agriculture is big business.

Polish farm bread
Polish farm bread

In the States everything is from commercial farms in the West or Mexico and the food has little taste.

Polish farm cart
Polish farm cart

In Poland from the Polish farms food taste indescribably good.

Polish farm grass
Polish farm grass

Please leave a comment and let me know what you think of my photos, you can use my photos as long as you give me a link back. Thanks.

Polish farm pigs
Polish farm pigs

The Polish countryside is so peaceful. It is like going back to some romantic European novel most people only dream about.  It has rolling hills and streams and old, no ancient stone buildings and walls.

Poland farm sheep and goats
Poland farm sheeps and goats

I hope that too many people do not discover the beauty of this place, because you know how it is, once people find it, it is lost forever.  It is a magical place. But for now the Polish farm beauty still exists.






8 responses to “Polish farm”

  1. yme4me

    Siemasz.Kurcze muszę to napisac.Masz niepoprawne słówka pod zdjęciami.
    Zamiast Eartg powinno byc soil [ ziemia to sposób jak my mówimy ale przecież chodzi o glebę w tym przypadku ]
    Zamiast bread powinno byc dough no bo to było ciasto [ prawdopodobnie na chleb ] Co do znaku drogowego to jest to typowy polski znak a nie znak typowy dla farm 😉
    Pozdrawiam i informuję że nie piszę tego z przekąsem a raczej dla czystej poprawnosci która na tej stronie obowiązywac powinna.
    Ps ja na YT zamieściłem filmik jak liczyc po polsku do 20 i w stanach mam małego ucznia którego czasami czegos ucze przez internet.

    Marcin Jamorski.

    1. admin

      Marcin, thank you very much for your comment, I will look at what you wrote.
      Bests, Mark Biernat

  2. vasul

    Hello. My name is Basil, I am from Ukraine. I want to build a goat farm in Ukraine. Looking for goats provider plans to buy 100-150 heads. help with this question?

    1. Mark Biernat

      I have no idea about something like this. Where have you looked, on Polish farms?

  3. Joszef Schermann

    My great grandparents on my mother’s side immigrated to the USA from Poznan in the 1860s.I really like the photos!

  4. Taylor

    Hello, I’m working on a project called the race is on for my high school. The project is all about The Amazing Race, but it’s places I choose. At the end of the project we’re sending our proposals to the producers of the show The Amazing Race.

    Anyways, I choose Krakow, Poland as one of my locations. For the physical challenge I want the contestants to milk a goat/cow and give the milk to a cheese maker. So, I was wondering if my locations did get picked, where someone could milk a goat/cow in Krakow.

    If you could assist me at all, that would be very helpful.
    Thank you,
    Taylor W.

  5. Mary Bucklin

    My grandfather lived on a farm in Tarnow, Poland just outside of Krakow. He emigrated alone in 1907 at the age of 16 to the U.S. I am writing a story of his life and am trying to learn more about farm life in the early 1900 in Poland. His name was Jan Duda and there are relatives still in Poland. In the U.S. he was a dairy farmer and a sawyer in a saw mill. Mary

    1. Mary Bucklin

      My grandfather, Jan Duda, was born in Tarnow Poland just outside of Krakow on a farm. He came to the United States alone at the age of 16 in 1907. I am wanting to learn more about Polish farm in the early 1900.

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