Month: September 2011

Photo Friday: Weaning Calves on the Ranch

Another one of my favorite seasons in ranch life: Weaning Time! Besides the fact that I have 85 cows standing outside my house bawling for their calves, it is perfect weather to open the windows and let the fresh air in. Mornings this week have been dropping down into the mid-40s and low-50s; perfect weather […]

Jack Daniel On The Rocks

Last Saturday @cowgirljesse came down from Lexington, Kentucky and we traveled to the Jack Daniel’s distillery in Lynchburg, Tennessee. Established in 1866, Jack Daniel’s is the oldest registered distillery in the United States. Tours are given every day, and let me first say, NO there were no samples given because Moore County, Tennessee is a […]

Wordless (Wordy) Wednesday: Pregnancy Checking Heifers

My dad is in the cattle marketing business. Sometimes this means he’ll act as a cattle broker and help other producers find/sell quality cattle. We’ll often do this to help keep high quality cattle in our neck of the woods and it’s a win-win for everyone. Last week we had 70 head of heifers changing […]

Meeting Today’s Beef Demands

So I’m really not a fan of saturating a conversation with facts and figures, but I saw this video from Merck Animal Health and thought it worth a share. Doing less with more. That is today’s American Cattle Farmers and Ranchers. Sustainablebeef.org has much more information on sustainable beef production practices.

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