From birth, dairy cattle – milk cows — are raised with constant and consistent human contact. Their handling from the day they are born is based on the fact that when they grow up, they’ll be milked two or three times per day. Beef cattle are handled very differently. Other than the occasional show cow
Monthly Archives: September 2014
It’s no co-incidence that Farm Safety Week is at the beginning of harvest season. This is the time of year when so many of us are moving equipment and products, sharing the road with travelers trying to enjoy the last few week of beautiful weather. We try to avoid peak travel times when we can.
This web page is sort of like our house. It’s been under construction for the last 7 years, and we’ve just sort of gotten used to it as it is. Please don’t tell me everything you find wrong, I probably already know about it. Save us both some time. I already know that you can’t
We raise grassfed beef. “Grassfed” as in meeting the USDA standard for “Grassfed” as in no grain ever. We’ve spend years focusing on feed-efficient cows, the bovine equivalent of the girl who gets fat just looking at a Twinkie. We’re always working to improve our forages and provide our cattle with not just lots of