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Cows on field

Photographed with new lens, Sigma 17-70mm, and Canon 60D.

Norway

Why Gelbvieh?

As a beef enthusiast, I am frequently asked what breed of cattle my family raises, and when I answer Gelbvieh, I usually get a larger list of questions that vary from “Gelbviehs, huh?” followed by a disapproving look, or “What is a Gelbvieh?” but I really prefer to hear “My family runs Gelbvieh-cross cattle and we love them!!” It is always exciting to meet people that have the same enthusiasm for my breed as I do, but unfortunately it isn’t near as common as I would like, so I would just like to share a few reasons about why I love my Gelbvieh cattle so much. 281 more words

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Holy Moly Cows! In which we become know-nothing, idiot, cow owners

We have been on our land for about 6 months. I haven’t written because I have been so gole’durn busy I can’t even begin to describe it. 3,195 more words

Large Family

Baby, It's Cold Outside...

More than a few people have asked me lately, “Do you put your cows inside when it gets really cold out?” Oh, goodness…we don’t have the biggest herd in the world, but it would still take quite a structure to keep them all in! 263 more words

Cattle

Scratch Post for Cows

Brent moved a ball of hay down the other day. While we were rolling it out, the cows took a moment to scratch the tractor. Generally, each paddock has a cow scratch post. Sometimes novelty excites them.

Cows

Don't Eat The Golden Snowdog

Snow day today!  We’ve not seen snow here since 2013.  A great day for the kids.  When the snow falls, you know your day will be different.   190 more words

Family