Some of my Charolais heifers enjoying pasture! Always needs more cowbell! Chow for now!
Calving season is business as usual on our family farm near Airdrie, Alberta. Amidst a global pandemic, the world still needs to be fed, and we are hoping that cattle prices won’t take a nose dive by the time we sell calves in the Fall. For me, Coronavirus hasn’t effected the way I “do life”. […]
A visit with my cows on Christmas eve I hope everyone is having a wonderful holiday! I will be spending Christmas in Saskatchewan with my family from Riverhurst while Dad & Mom stay home to look after the cattle during this cold snap. So on Christmas eve I headed out to take some photos of […]
2018 Preg Checking with Cody Creelman, Cow Vet at the farm near Airdrie Whew! My 4th annual preg check blog– where has the time gone?! I’m sure I say that every year, but I mean FOR REAL! Time is so precious! Preg checking (aka checking whether a cow is open *no calf* or bred *going […]
Calving season is my busiest season of the year by far— AND my most-looked-forward-to season on the farm!! The real moment of pride for me— the cherry on top, is when one of my bred heifers, who I raised, selected, hand fed, sent to pasture calves her first calf. It’s this surreal moment where I had a hand […]