Day 5 – June 21, 2010 We pushed from what we call Barlow’s Corrals (the end of the driveway) to a place we call Mickey Adam’s today (It’s common practice for ranchers to name our pastures and other places on our ranches. This makes it easier to communicate when we’re conducting business). Not a bad drive,Continue reading “Driving Part V”
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Do you love your job? Ranchers do!
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!”