An unusual cow that hangs out with a different crowd. Rezzy, a bovine born blind, prefers the company of chickens rather than other bovine. This is her story.
How can Tom Trantham’s cows graze alfalfa and not be susceptible to bloat?
Duskwind Farm is a very special place. A farm where chickens and cows, donkeys, sheep, guinea fowl and dogs live in blissful harmony.
I had just finished biking 30 miles in the hot summer sun and so I decided it was appropriate to take a quick rest on the dilapidated porch and admire the lush pastures speckled with beautiful dandelions that swayed gently in the cool breeze. Excerpt 2.
April 23, 2010 I just learned of the upcoming American Cheese Society annual conference (Aug. 25-28), which will be held in Seattle this year. If you’re a cheese monger/head/enthusiast (who isn’t?!), I think this is something you’d at least like to dream about attending. Registration opens May 21st – so mark your calendars! On the […]
February 15, 2010 On Friday, February 12, the USDA issued its final ruling for Access to Pasture organic certification requirements for all organic livestock producers. The National Organic Program (NOP) began in October of 2002, and up until the present was designed to ensure that pasture and ruminant animals received adequate access to pasture grass, […]
January 27, 2010 Telling it like it is: it’s Sunday, coffee in hand, but a worker isn’t able to show up. Calves need feeding, cows need tending, so a dairy goddess has to do what a dairy goddess has to do, 24/7!… Get going and tend those cows! h/t @FarmerHaley Go to Original Post and […]