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Day Two Hundred and Forty-Eight: Stepping Stones

Look at the one before you, keep your feet on the rock and only move when you know it is the right time. Just like life, all timing and balance. 85 more words

Garden

Without a word...

The girl gingerly walked down the steps. In one hand she clutched a leather bag close to her chest.

She broke into a sprint along a gravel pathway, flying past green pastures speckled with plump animals lazily chewing grass.The crisp morning breeze flapped her clothes, as  she began her early vigil, greeting the pink streaked sky, greeting  the break of dawn itself.Her rosy face was upturned as she slid to a stop, kicking up dust at her feet. 764 more words

Old Man

Bull Pen

After the water and electric lines were done, it was time to finish the bullpen.

The utility lines run right down the middle of the new bullpen, so those had to be done first. 283 more words

Cattle

Waterline - Done!

In case you missed the first installment of the waterline, the guys were halfway through with installing the water line and electrical conduit from the new “North 40″ pasture to the bullpen. 316 more words

Construction

Pest problems in pastures can often affect livestock

Frank Watson of University of Georgia Extension warns cattle ranchers to watch out for cattle eating green acorns. Cattle often resort to eating oak leaves or acorns when grass in thin in the pasture, as it is this year because armyworms chewed the grass down in several pastures. 7 more words

News

Grazing Research

ALPS has access to the irrigated property Coorumbene for grazing research

Nutrition