Each new milestone is stretching me. I might stretch, kicking and screaming, but I’m stretching and learning. This last rain storm, although desired greatly and so much gratitude offered for it, brought added challenges to my life. A trusty 4 wheeler was not so trustworthy. My last option pickup died. The fields and pastures were so saturated I couldn’t get in without the 4 wheeler, which left me on foot chasing cows in the pouring rain.Read More
Cattle lowing, are you listening?
In the pasture, pies are steamin’,
A beautiful sight, Their chewing cud tonight,
Loading in a winter wonderland.Read More
This week I had the privilege of visiting with Mindy Young! She is a FarmHer, blogger, and author! I know you'll find her journey interesting and inspiring! Here is her story!Read More
Who needs marriage counseling when you can just work cows and figure out what the issues are right then and there? Recently my husband and I have had frequent opportunities to practice communication skills while chasing and working cows. It seems like after the first snow flies the cows are ready to get out of the pastures and back into the yard.Read More
There is a calf bawling in our yard, as my husband drives out of the yard with one of our cows in a stock trailer. A cow without a name and who is not a pet. It was an unfortunate event and now this cow is taking her last ride to pasture. Now a calf is without it's designed caregiver.Read More