I raise beautiful Belted Galloway cattle that produce 100% grass-fed beef. Here they are resting in the barn to chew their cud after grazing in the pasture.
It's day 4 with hen-hatched baby chicks, and we have a grand total of 11…
As of today, we are up to 7 live chicks! [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ZNDGkAuD5E[/embed]
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Cattle eat grass. It’s what they do. Rotationally grazing is the best way to benefit the cattle, the pasture, and the entire ecosystem. Watch to see my cattle enter a new paddock.
I also raise pigs. On pasture. Do pigs really like eating grass and clover? You decide…
My hens produce exceptionally high quality eggs, and my secret is simple: I allow my chickens the space to be themselves.
I use natural methods of parasite control and immune system support on my animals. I don’t use pharmaceuticals because I simply don’t need to: natural controls work perfectly.
I love talking about poop. Poop will tell you a lot about your animal. Here’s what pig poop looks like…
Calving time is one of the best times of the year. New life. Pure love.