Sights of the Farm

Greetings from Minnesota. We’re still in a cool spell, and some mornings I
almost debate putting on long sleeves. It did hit 80 yesterday afternoon, so I guess it’s not too cool!

This winter I did a “sights” post, and I tried to give you a glimpse of what the farm looks like covered in snow.

Get ready for a little mini-tour of summer here at the farm. You may have seen a few of these before, but most are new.

My messy eater!



Storm clouds brewing



Dairy steers; fat and happy! I don’t think I’ve blogged about it yet, but we’ve been keeping our bull calves for the past few months and raising them. We keep them until 300-400 pounds, and then we’ll sell them to area farmers who will finish raising them to market weight.


This picture is over a week ago, but it still shows fully tasseled corn.


This little 1/2 Jersey bull is so cute he needs several photos. 🙂



Which is your favorite photo?

About Lisa

Hi, I'm Lisa. Dairy farmer's wife and Minnesotan to the core, I write about rural farm life, running down country roads, and the food, faith, and family that bind everything together. Follow along on my journey.
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9 Responses to Sights of the Farm

  1. That 1/2 Jersey bull IS really cute! Almost looks like a little deer in the pics. Glad it’s finally cooled off there!

  2. jena says:

    AW, those little babies are so cute! My fave is the last one of you with the baby and the bottle. So sweet!

  3. Lori says:

    That baby bull is precious! Love the pics 🙂

  4. Heidi Nicole says:

    Gah! You’ve made me miss the “joy” of feeding calves! They are so cute when they are little…before they are strong enough to butt you around!

  5. Brit says:

    What beautiful pictures! It is so awesome that you get to be outside every day in such a great environment!

  6. bearrunner says:

    I love em all 🙂


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