I have mentioned ancestors that have come from Norwegian farms. I thought I would compare two of them so you can see what was grown and raised on each. The Dyrdal (Inner) farm is located in the Province of Sogn og Fjordane and the Haselhaugen farm is located in the Province of Buskerud. In the 1865 census the Dyrdal farm was growing oats and potatoes and had two horses, twenty six cows, and thirty six sheep. In 1865 the Haselhaugen farm was raising rye, barley, and peas and had three cows and six sheep. The picture shows the 1845 census for the Inner Dyrdal farm and what crops and animals they had then.