Net Neutrality On A String

Net neutrality was voted down earlier today as predicted. Naysayers are calling it the end, and that big business will nickel and dime us to death for service and content. The FCC says innovation will flourish in all aspects, and yesterday I heard the news that they might be right. String is the answer. No... Continue Reading →

Working For Change

My grandmother was always passionate about agriculture. In the late 70’s she recognized a serious problem in how the general public lost sight of where their food comes from.Not one to sit on her heels, she self produced a slide show made up of photos of our farming operation and took it to every school... Continue Reading →

To Stream Or Not To Stream

The good times are ending. Our Amazon Music trial is over next Thursday. The kids have listened to myriad show tunes and I've played Tomorrow The Green Grass on an endless loop while feeding the calves.  After this we're facing a dilemma of renew or not. Definitely, as another song the kids play often,  a... Continue Reading →

Two Month Paid Vacation

This morning these two ladies began their sixty day vacation. We call this the dry period, and they will not be milked until after they calve. In the meantime, they will receive extra pampering. We will move them to a smaller group when they are a week or so from calving. This will allow us... Continue Reading →

Fruits Of Our Labor

Over the weekend I was catching up on episodes of The Walking Dead when a question on the show stuck out to me. Do you know what you're working for? One character, in the last hours of life after being bitten by a zombie, asked this to another. We don't need to be in a... Continue Reading →

Eclipse Watch

We were definitely excited for the Solar Eclipse Monday because we were in the totality and would get the full experience. While there was a lot said about how the animals would react, I feel like our cows were completely ready. Here's a short clip of some calves after the sky darkened and about five... Continue Reading →

How About Ya, Rhinestone

We didn't have cellphones growing up, but perhaps we had something that worked better. We had had CB radios. Citizen Band radios weren't just for truck drivers. We had them in all of our houses and on the tractors so we could call each other as needed. One of the coolest things about a CB... Continue Reading →

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