Category: Farm

From one mom to another

Do you remember that first moment you held you precious angel? That moment you were overwhelmed with love for another human being you had just met? Love so strong you would do anything for them? Even though my little girl tests my patience daily…

‘We travel not to escape life, but for life to not escape us’

*** This is a re post of a guest blog I did for Ohio Farm Bureau’s Growing our Generation*** We no longer live in a world where you can ignore the things happening around the globe. I have been blessed to have the chance…

Have we lost sight of the meat?

Being short, the size of my sheep has always been important to me. I don’t want to breed something that is going to be taller than me and over power me. Recently, I was talking to a judge at our state fair about the…

Let them eat dirt!

As a first time mom I received lots of advice from everyone on how to keep things clean for my baby. “She dropped her pacifier on the floor, you better not give it back to her.” ” You have to sanitize everything.” “The dog…

Dear Consumer…

 In today’s world of equality where we are fighting for equal treatment and open-mindedness for all, I have a request. We asked society to be open-minded to different cultures, religions, race, sexual preference, but why can’t we be open to hearing about people’s careers…

Why do I dock my lambs’ tails?

I was in Nicaragua a few weeks ago and while on a farm I noticed that all of the sheep Pelibüey  were not docked. This made me reflect on the US sheep that I see every day in our barn. Why is it that the American…