Check out these turnips we planted with barley and new seed alfalfa. Makes for some wonderful cow chow.
We have been working hard to chart and track cows and heifers for heat so they can be artificially inseminated to some of the best bulls in the Angus and Polled Hereford industry. It’s nice to know our work is…
Why is there always one who has to show their independence? How he gets down is his business.
The purchase of a calf warmer has come in handy. A much faster way to warm a calf and get it up and going. No mess to clean in the house either!
We are waiting on the last eight cows to calve. The calves are growing fast and looking healthy.
We made a trip to Van Dyke Angus Ranch and came home with four cows that will deliver calves in January and February. We are excited to see how these outcross genetics work in our herd.
We had the pleasure of delivering a calving ease bull to the Walli and Klein Ranches in Ritzville. Grandma Anita received a show piece for the barn. Looks great!
The calves have their own feeding and covered stall area so there is always something to munch on. They seem to like the soft, palatable barley hay.
We are now over half way through calving. A set of Angus heifer calves was the surprise so far. A nice set of girls who each weighed in at 61 and 63 lbs.
We have all experienced hardships this summer. We are thankful that fall has arrived and hopefully some much needed rain will follow.