Wordless Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Anyone want to guess how the farm cat “Sweety” got her name?

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About jheem

I grew up on a diversified dairy farm in southeast South Dakota where I learned how to throw a hay bale, pull a calf, deal with death, and "name" the cows. I was in 4H and FFA, and was privileged to serve as a state FFA officer. In college, I studied animal science, focusing on beef cows, mostly because I figured they were less work than dairy cows....I ended up with a Masters Degree in ruminant nutrition and went to work for the University of Nebraska, first as a research tech coordinating data collection for a swine unit and beef feedlot on a research farm and then as an extension educator. In my current job, I focus on environmental issues related to animal agriculture (which is a nice way of saying I talk about manure alot). My husband and I live and work on a seedstock cattle operation in northeast Nebraska. You can learn more about our cattle operation by visiting my husband's blog at http://aldersonangus.wordpress.com.
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6 Responses to Wordless Wednesday, January 18, 2012

  1. Leslie says:

    Probably the same way our house cats “Stinky” and “Footsie” got their names. They earned it! Footsie (as a kitten) was always under our feet, and Stinky, well, you can use your imagination.

  2. jheem says:

    Those are great kitty names Leslie. I’ll have to tell the boys about them this spring when we have kittens!

  3. Amy says:

    That is a good name but I call my husband “Sweety” too much confusion. I would call him or her Blackie. The little boy is a sweetie too. Looks like he had other plans going on in his mind rather being a snuggle for kitty. That sweet that he sat still for awhile. Thank you for the video!

  4. Amy says:

    Looking back at video the kitty is a her! I need to pay attention! 🙂 Have a great weekend

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