Original Newsletter 2/7/2023
Last week's icy weather really threw a hitch in our plans. No projects were completed, and it was a lot colder than the weather channel originally projected!
It's always a busy time for us. Monitoring the herd and making sure they have access to water takes up most of the daylight hours.
I can't say I enjoy the icy blasts, but one thing I always love to do when they come is bundle up at night when the wind dies down, go outside, and listen to the quiet. The type of quiet where all of the animals are huddled up in their nests and burrows. The owls aren't hooting, the coyotes aren't howling, and you can hear absolutely... nothing. No tires coming down the county road and no voices carried in on the wind.
The stars are so bright in the sky you could stand there all night looking at them...that is if you don't mind your fingers freezing off.
We are so thankful for our farm family that have come alongside us and supported our mission of raising beef differently. We love sharing it with you and producing a product that you can trust.