The Cows Came Home

All winter, the cows have been out on cornstalks. For those unfamiliar with Nebraska, cornstalks are what is leftover after a combine harvests the grain from a cornfield. The leaves and husks are good feed for cows. Of course, the combine never gets 100% of the corn , so the cows spend their first few … More The Cows Came Home

Random Photos: Sleeping Puppy, Cows and Snow, Football Fans

Our puppy loves to nap on the front porch. Most of the time she sleeps on the rug. Recently she decided to surplant the kitties from their favorite nap spot. We had our first snow of the year recently. I do not care for winter or snow, but I greatly appreciated any precipitation in this … More Random Photos: Sleeping Puppy, Cows and Snow, Football Fans

Cow for President!

On election day, it seems appropriate to wonder about the perfect presidential candidate. I had to look no further than my own pasture to find the perfect president. Really! Read on to check out my criteria and why “Cow” is the perfect chief executive…. Economy and Job Creation: Cows produce 100+ pounds of poop per … More Cow for President!

Calves, Alfalfa, Dry Weather, Baseball, Kittens, and Other Updates from the Farm

It has been a while since I have posted and I apologize. I have a lot to catch you up on…let’s get started. Calves. Calving time is my favorite time of year (as many of you know). This year has been better than 2011. Last year, we had many unexplained calf deaths which really bother … More Calves, Alfalfa, Dry Weather, Baseball, Kittens, and Other Updates from the Farm