Winter at the Farm

On our farm, the winter’s are a time to slow down.  As I have mentioned before, we have feeder cattle. This means we do not have to care for cows that will give birth in the months ahead.  If you would like to learn more about calving and other types of cattle raising, you can check out my friends website at  Country Linked or Kansas Farm Mom.

My father in law enjoys feeding the cattle, so he primarily does this task.  It is done in the morning and evening.  The winter months are filled with making repairs and updating the farm equipment, cleaning up hedgerows, attending farm meetings to educate ourselves, and Milton usually is fortunate enough to have a construction job show up to supplement our income.  

We received snow this week, I thought it might be nice to show you pictures of the snow at our farm. 

Did you receive snow this week?  Did you enjoy it and see the beauty it brings? We welcomed it as moisture is a daily prayer in our home these days!

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