on the land in the elements for the Good
(Left to right) Tino (lying down), Butter Bean, Sweetpea, and Truffle Farmguy and I recently welcomed four Scottish Blackface lambs to our flock of eight sheep. Sadly, we had to say goodbye in December and February to our gentle woollies, Violet and Fern. While we will greatly miss as well as remember the original […]
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Stop, look, appreciate life along the road.
When the challenges and push-back of people start bringing me down, I go out in search of the simple – the reality – of living a good life. For me, this means driving down country roads, past open fields dotted with horses, cows, sheep and other lovely creatures. Yesterday was such a day for me, I needed an escape from the myriad of issues causing me pause and angst. I was rewarded when I came upon these beauties grazing and lazing in a field alongside an area roadway.
This is great news for farmers, retailers and consumers!
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A heavy dousing of autumn rain in Northern California has lifted a quarter of the state out of drought, the highest percentage in more than three years, according to a new federal report. Water officials who oversaw mandatory water conservation by cities and towns emphasized that 75% of the state remains…
It may be Halloween today, but recent events in the bovine world may convince you it’s really April Fools Day (or a bovine conspiracy)! Continue reading “Cow No.4, where are you: of swimming cows & wayward steers (Green Acres 2016 style)”