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connecting the main barn to the other two."
"Because our milking centre was destroyed in the blaze we will have to move cattle to other facilities, probably in the Earlton area to be milked. We are insured. We plan to rebuild," said Haasen.
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six hours, causing damage easily estimated in the tens of thousands of dollars. Even the siding on Haasen's house was damaged.
In the meantime, firefighters were on the scene throughout the night making sure no hotspots flared up. It is also believed that owing to the significant amount of the loss, the Ontario Fire Marshal's office will assist in the investigation. TIMMINS
Haasen said he is working on plans to temporarily re locate his cattle.
Five years ago, Haasen's farm was presented with the Gold Seal Certificate of Excellence through the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and the Milk Quality Recognition Program of the Dairy Farmers of Ontario.
UPDATER: Tuesday November 22, 2011 TIMMINS Frank Haasen, the well known owner of the Timmins dairy farm that suffered a fire on Sunday said the help and support from friends across the North has been "overwhelming". Haasen lost two of the three barns on his Government Road complex in a massive fire Sunday afternoon. The fire shut down the farm's milking operation and killed twenty cattle.
But dairy farming is something that more than a job for the Haasen's. It has been the family business for two generations over the past roughly 50 years and is something Frank intends to pass on to his children.
But all day Monday, out of town farmers were arriving at the Haasen farm to help move his herd to Earlton. Haasen said they came with their own trucks and trailers to help transport the animals to new farms for the time being. Haasen said his operation was insured and he plans to rebuild.
"We lost about 20 animals in the fire," said Haasen.
Frank Haasen, the well known Timmins dairy farmer who owns the operation, said two of the three cattle barns at his Government Road property were lost in the blaze.
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A fiercely burning barn fire created heavy grey black smoke that dominated the afternoon skyline over the west end of Timmins Sunday. Sunday. Firefighters from Mountjoy and Timmins responded by following the massive plume of smoke. They arrived to find the barn fully enveloped in smoke and flame. A farm worker, who may have been the owner of the property, told firefighters there were several animals in the barn and he was working to set them free.
Firefighters are expected to be on the scene for several hours before the fire in completely doused.
Despite that Haasen credits firefighters and his neighbours for their "quick thinking" saying it "allowed them to save our main barn when they used a large backhoe to demolish the building connecting the main barn to the other two."
Because there was no city water main in that area, firefighters set up a shuttle system using tanker trucks. At about 45 minutes after the first fire trucks responded, a third alarm was sounded and a tanker truck from the Whitney department was requested. Dozens of motorists followed the smoke to the west end and proceeded to park their vehicles on Government Road, which has no shoulders. This created some difficulty for the tanker shuttle firetrucks moving into and out of the scene.
"We are insured. We plan to rebuild," said Haasen.
In 2007, Haasen's operation was feted as a Company of the Year by the Northern Ontario Business Awards.
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Haasen said the barns housed roughly 175 head of cattle in all.
UPDATER: Giuseppe Zanotti Heels Price Monday November 21, 2011 TIMMINS The owner of the Timmins farm at the centre of a major fire in Timmins on Sunday says he plans to rebuild. The Haasen dairy farm is the largest such operation in Timmins, with about 90 milk cows that produce 2400 litres of milk a day.
His farming operation has been recognized as being among the top rated dairy farms in Ontario for production per cow as determined by CanWest Dairy Herd Improvement.
"We were able to move over 100 head of cattle to three farms in Earlton yesterday. All milk and dry cows as well as 10 bred heifers. People with livestock trailers came from as far away as Kapuskasing and New Liskeard. By 3:30 the cattle were all gone. It has been overwhelming the support of farmers and friends in the region," said Haasen.
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