It is so warm out, this girl can hardly contain herself! A high of 34 degrees today. Everyone at the farm is loving it.
As you may have heard, the Midwest got hit with a cold spell today. The current temperature is -46 with the wind chill. The extreme temperature makes farming a bit of a struggle. So far we have had to unthaw five waterers, many buckets and all my fingers. My father-in-law is still trying to get the […]
Have you ever seen a cross-eyed cow? Now you have. The picture doesn’t do it justice; wish you could see this girl in person.
It is that time of year again…resolution time! A friend of mine told me her New Year Resolution was to hold more conversations with people and not as many with her cows. I had to laugh, but it is something I could benefit from too. Too often do I find myself procrastinating when it comes […]
Merry Christmas from everyone at the farm! Hope you have a safe and happy holiday! New posts coming soon; just have to get through the holidays….and ALL this snow!
It’s funny how quickly plans can change, especially when you farm. All week, my husband and I were planning to run some errands and go out for dinner after chores today. We don’t live close to a Target or any type of restaurant, so running errands is a pretty big event around here. However, our […]
Isn’t my dog adorable?!
I thought I would tell you all a little bit about the farm! Our dairy farm was established in 1986 by my husband’s parents. The family started small and eventually grew to our current size of 520 milking cows. All our cows are Holsteins, aka the “black and whites ones” and, in my opinion, the […]
2013 Corn silage harvest