Relic Home and Blacksmith Shop

Sunday, February 10, 2013

W.D. Candland & Sons, Mt. Pleasant, Utah ~ submitted by Bob Candland




Guy L. Candland, along with one of their prize Rambouillet sheep..  He was very capable in many ways, including probably building the barn. He attended Utah State Agricultural College in Logan and wanted to pursue law or other professions, but his father thought animal husbandry was more economically sensible so he eventually, along with his father and brother, Royal Candland, ran the WD Candland & Sons sheep business.





1 comment:

Anne T said...

My mother - one of W.D. Candland's grand-daughters - laughed when I showed her this. Naming his prize-winning ram "Taxpayer" was typical of his sense of humor. Thanks for posting this!
~~Anne Thompson

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