Posted on March 28, 2012September 15, 2015 by Rita Schimpff — 4 CommentsAncestral Farm- Herff-Rozelle House Ancestral Farm House – The Herff-Rozelle farm in Boerne, Texas. Built by Dr. Ferdinand Herff in 1855. Recently undergoing restoration/repair by The Cibolo Nature Center http://www.cibolo.org The patina on the Fallow antlers and scandia finsh on the Legacy panel blend with the mellow old house. The graceful curves of the Fallow antlers mimic the shape of the missing plaster. Heritage Game Mounts – The Legacy with Whitetail antlers ancestral farm – the Herff-Rozelle Barn Ancestral Farm House, the Herff-Rozelle home Post navigationPrevious post: Roads Recently Traveled: Celebrities, Pheasants & Fly FishingNext post: Slider #1 4 thoughts on “Ancestral Farm- Herff-Rozelle House” Julie Redburn April 12, 2012 What cool pictures! Rita, your mounts look beautiful especially in that setting. I want to be there. Way to go, girl! jr Reply ritaheritage April 15, 2012 Thanks so much Julie, I have to give credit to the pictures to my talented daughter- Carrie! Reply ritaheritage April 16, 2012 Thanks Debbie, it was fun to work with you and your creative ideas – You and your store, 5 Broads Off Broadway, are inspiring. Reply Jimi & Pete sr. April 18, 2012 Rita – your dad says the house looks the same to him. He did comment that the Fallow deer had started to come back to the farm a few years ago, after having been absent. We think your mounts are pretty special! Thanks for sharing. P & J Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.