Winter was easy. Spring’s been a little tougher… But these little guys all made it! From RealRancher Randy Bolgiano – Boulder, Wyo.
Springtime is upon us here on the grassy plains of eastern Wyoming. Temperatures are on the rise, and beneficial moisture has been received in the form of rain and snow. These are the ingredients that make this such a special time of year for those of us working in production agriculture. We need grass andContinue reading “Do you love your job? Ranchers do!”
When we have a cow that won’t or can’t take care of her calf we often consider adoption. If we already have a good mother cow that has just lost her calf, we make maternal magic happen! We have to be quick, though, because there is only a 1-3 day window when the cow would most likelyContinue reading “Cows Adopt Babies Too”
If you’ve spent much time around rural friends and relations, you’ve probably heard the overly romanticized term “family-run.” Personally, the realist in me prefers it this way, “Family, RUN!” Between the family that lives there and the family that visits, on our farm there’s plenty of family to go around. Mom had an interesting observation. She says when family members expressContinue reading “It runs in the family…”