Tag Archives: MIG

Enjoying the Farm While We Build Fence

I have been fairly quiet on here mostly because life has been so hectic at home. Earlier in the year, a friend of ours encouraged us to apply for an EQIP contract to help us implement some of the conservation … Continue reading

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A Pasture Full of Sheep

As I mentioned in my last post, we have been reinvesting money that we received from selling the cows that did not get bred for spring calving but that are now bred for fall calving.  One of the things we … Continue reading

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Moving the Heifers

This past Saturday I captured a few pictures of Scott and Eli moving our heifers from one paddock to another one. Blessings, Jennifer

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A Sick Calf

As I mentioned in my last post, we recently had more cattle brought to us to take care of.  One of the calves in this herd became sick and needed to be treated.  Since we do not have a working … Continue reading

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MiG on CRP, Say What?

With the drought that has engulfed much of the United States the amount of forage available for livestock has been significantly reduced.  In an effort to help offset the shortage many of the acres of ground enrolled in the Conservation … Continue reading

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