It’s been an unsettled Summer so far. An entire month without rain has left our pastures looking a little brown. With daily temperatures in June just below the century mark cattle have been sticking close to the watering holes. The lack of moisture combined with all this heat and the grass just isn’t growing well […]
Do cattle still court like people did back in the day? Either way I found this couple off to themselves in the pasture this week. I turned bulls out with the cows back on May 3rd. Our breeding season is 75 days long, so come July 17th the bulls will be headed back to the […]
It may be the middle of hay season, but we’ve got some brush cleaning to do when the hay mower gets ahead of the baler. Maybe ya’ll can identify these tall green weeds in front of the tractor… Tomorrow I’ll tell ya why we have a break between hay fields.
A couple different things this week for Wordless Wednesday. First of all, yes it’s that time of year when the traffic can be a little slow… Second, I am super excited to see the first of the wild blackberries cropping up. Means my morning snack will come from the pasture instead of the cabinet… Third, […]
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