Sunday, May 19, 2013

May Days on the Dairy

On top of the daily chores of milking and caring for our dairy cattle, May is busy with harvesting spring crops, preparing to mow hay and plant silage crops. Busy May days often feel like what I call  tail chasing days on the dairy farm--which job should we tackle first because everything needs to be done at the same time!
As I walk from the house to the calf hutches, I'm calmed and refreshed as I enjoy the beauty of May.
Old fashioned flowers like these iris are a beauty to behold in the month of May!
There's nothing like May Days on the Dairy!


  1. Tail chasing days; I agree! I enjoy seeing the flower photos too. It's always fun to see how far ahead your blooms are than up here in the north country. :)

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