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February 25, 2021 • 0 comment(s)
We are a small family farm, emphasis on family. I’d say we’re best described as the Amish in the way we work together. We share each other’s talents, resources, skills, and everyone is vital to how we function. We work together as one unit, close-knit, and for each other.
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February 7, 2021 • 0 comment(s)
The beefers seek solace from the wind and stay close to the treelines for shelter. The laying chickens have been staying in their coop more frequently on these blustery days. Even the horses enjoy their time inside when it’s windy out and the snow is blowing sideways. (I took these pictures in those nice moments when it wasn't blowing sideways).
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January 23, 2021 • 0 comment(s)
Yesterday Rob walked over to where the calf was while the mom was eating on a new bale of hay with her herd-mates, and as soon as she saw him heading towards him, she went running over, and she snorted at Rob as she passed him!...
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January 8, 2021 • 0 comment(s)
In case you missed it, earlier this year, Netflix released the film “Kiss the Ground” that awakened millions of people to the many benefits of regenerative agriculture.
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November 29, 2020 • 0 comment(s)
We grow and harvest all of our own hay for the beefers so we can ensure quality. Rob is known locally as the "Balage King" because he knows how to make a good solid bale and quality feed. There is an art to it, and nope that's not my wheelhouse- you won't catch me making bales on our hills! I can make tractors rear, bales roll, and they would be a lopsided disaster. But Rob, he's the bomb.
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October 24, 2020 • 0 comment(s)
Shipping zones, Box Sizes, and more, oh my!
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October 4, 2020 • 0 comment(s)
We bale graze two different ways, depending on what a particular field needs...
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September 13, 2020 • 0 comment(s)
The coyotes have been out full-throttle and we’ve been hearing them every night for weeks and at times 3-4 times throughout the middle of the day. We noticed early this spring we had an abundance of little bunnies and we still see them quite often, but I think that’s what drew them in.
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September 9, 2020 • 0 comment(s)
Principle 5 of healthy soil. -Animal Integration If you are truly concerned with ecosystems, the environment, and health, you have to recognize the benefits of grazing ruminants. It’s a beautiful cycle. A plant that has been grazed will photosynthesize more and pump more carbon into the soil vs. one that hasn’t. Not to mention all the fertility an animal leaves behind.
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September 6, 2020 • 0 comment(s)
September 6, 2020 • 0 comment(s)
Principle 4 (of five) of healthy soil. -Living Roots The fourth Principle is to keep living roots in the soil. Living roots are the source of feeding the microbes, feeding the life of the soil, making the soil work.
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September 4, 2020 • 0 comment(s)
Principle 3 (of five) of healthy soil. -Build Diversity The third Principle is to promote diversity in as many ways as you can. When you look out into nature, you don’t see mono-cultures (only one species planted) for acres and acres as we do in today’s modern Ag system. Diversity helps all the plants, animals, and insects thrive, making the circle of life easier to complete (cue the Lion King theme song).
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