Five farm moms share their favorite Christmas books for children.Continue reading
During a winter storm, our cattle are our top priority. Every farm family is different, but this is how my family prepares for winter storms on our beef cattle farm.Continue reading
In the agriculture community, we pull together in times of disaster.
In this situation, however, most of us are too far away to physically help with the recovery efforts. It’s going to take more than distance to stop the caring and generous spirit of family farmers across the country. We can help our neighbors recover from Winter Storm Atlas, one tweet at a time.
For each tweet using the #RancherRelief hashtag during the hour-long tweetcast, Tyson Foods (@TysonFoods) will donate $10 to the Rancher Relief Fund up to $50,000!
I started writing a Chipotle post several times but each draft was filled with anger and frustration so I decided to to wait until I wasn’t mad anymore. Today, I decided to stop waiting. I’m still mad. No, mad doesn’t really describe it. I’m hurt.Continue reading
Last week, Lorelei and I went to “Cookies and Milk with the Commissioner of Agriculture” at LeCows Dairy in Paducah. The folks at LeCows Dairy have been giving farm tours for years and love sharing their farm story via their … Continue reading
Its been almost two years since I’ve paid full price for any meat and I don’t see that changing any time soon!Continue reading
Things are as crazy as ever in the Harned house. Lorelei is walking and climbing and nothing in our house is safe anymore. Aaron is staying busy at Harned’s Drive-In and we’re both ready for a break when the restaurant … Continue reading
Like many of you, my thoughts and prayers have been with the families whose lives were literally uprooted by the devastating tornadoes in Oklahoma on Monday. I can not imagine what it must be like to lose your home, neighborhood … Continue reading
An FFA chapter at Noble High School in Oklahoma hosts a livestock show each year for special needs students.
The FFA members pair up with the show participants to teach them how to care for their animals, fit/prepare them for a show and then help them exhibit the animals in a show.
I’ve thought a lot about how to document the past year on my blog. Instead of trying to capture it in words, I’ve decided to let my photographs narrate the story.
Besides, it’s a lot cuter that way!Continue reading