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7 responses to “Contact Us

  1. I really feel like growing up around you and your family is the reason cows are my favorite animal. Maybe my Momma and I will have to come visit everyone!

  2. Sure enjoyed your article in the The Progressive Farmer. Nice designed website too. Both of you seem very multi-tasked. I’m a retired graphic arts manager for ag co-op so impressed with all your accomplishments. Only advice don’t get burned out, make sure to get a vacation in. 😎

    • Thanks for checking the blog out and you’re comments about the website! Since we’re kind of just winging it, hearing from someone who did visual graphics for a living that it looks pretty decent is a good pat on the back.

  3. Enjoyed your article iin Progressive Farmer. My wife and I have a Belted Galloway farm in the Catskill mountains in NY State 100 head. We are interested in following your advice + tips. Thanks and all the best to you with your farm + practice.

  4. Greetings,
    Saw your article in the Progressive Farmer. We are fairly new to cattle. We bought a farm after retiring from a life in Alaska. We are running about 95 head consisting of cow/calf and steers.
    We have 2 “pet” calves. One of them has a long running problem with scoures. We got him as a kicked off twin. He was tubed as a new born and bottle fed.
    He is now a 13 month old steer that at 11 months weighed 410 pounds. Early on he had labored breathing and heavy eye drainage. These two problems have been taken care of for the most part.
    His name is Wilbur and he comes to his name. He always moves very slowly. He receives hay an d a daily mix of corn, gluten and soybean. The same feed all of our cattle get.
    Over the past year he has had Draxin, Penicillin, neomycin, several rounds of Probios and has been dewormed. It seems that his diarrhea gets better for a bit and then comes back with a vengeance. Any help you could provide would be greatly appreciated.

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