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Men at work

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It’s a bloody business, operating a cattle farm.

The days ticking down to Thanksgiving are typically a flurry of family matters and last-minute grocery trips, but in our house and family, those duties fall on the capable shoulders of Jon’s sister. 653 more words


We Love Our Cattle

Instead of gathering with family friends on Thanksgiving Day, I, along with my husband and our 13 year old son, weaned and vaccinated our Spring calves.  356 more words


November is a month of transition. We ship the calves and start moving the cows and the ewes to their wintering grounds. The lambs are on feed, and the calves are either sold, or selected as replacements and on winter feed. 103 more words



In a land so vast, a fence is an important feature.  Especially when animals are involved.

It’s Good Fences Day drop on over and wish the folks Happy Thanksgiving!

Good Fences

Kine at Sunset - Cows and Cattle Fence - Eastern Oklahoma

This past Tuesday driving down Highway 69 in Eastern Oklahoma at sunset again and again I had to resist the urge to stop and take pictures. 80 more words

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Rule #41: Canadian seal hunt

Seals are large animals and there’s a lot of blood when you shoot them, slice their throat or whack them in the head with a club or… 591 more words

The Curious Case of the Missing Calf

James and I have eagerly been awaiting the arrival of our last two calves of the year. Saturday saw the first of these; a gorgeous blonde heifer calf born to Hamish of Arrandoon and Bria of Blue Rock. 525 more words