Sunday, January 16, 2022
Thursday, January 6, 2022
Wednesday, December 22, 2021
Thursday, December 9, 2021
It's been a week of wild weather changes from balmy
70 degrees down to the low thirties . To go with
the changes, we have welcomed five new calves
this week. I don't know if it is scientific or just
coincidence, but full moons and barometer
changes often bring calving action in the pasture!
I'm so thankful to live and work down on the dairy
farm with my family and for the opportunity to share
with my friend just where milk comes from.
Sunday, November 28, 2021
Before November slips into December,
I wanted to share a little bit of thankfulness
from down on the dairy farm.
I'm thankful for the new calves that we welcomed to the farm
during this season of Thanksgiving,
Thursday, November 11, 2021
'm thankful for the service of these two fathers who
helped instill the love of country into their children and grandchildren
and all Veterans across our nation that served to protect our freedom.
May God continue to bless our nation!
Sunday, November 7, 2021
If you have ever been involved in farming, related to a farmer
or know a farmer, you know that weather is a big topic of
discussion especially when planning how to harvest a crop.
We listen to the weather reports morning, noon and night
and I have learned (the hard way) that you do not talk to
the farmer during the weather report.
We've been waiting for "the just right weather" to begin
these last days of fall harvest.
After the three inch rain last week, the ground has
finally dried enough to begin the last cutting of the hay crop.