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Author Archives: Husker Cowgirl
Herd bulls watching me as I’m going for evening run!
Calving is in full swing at our place. The second group of AI’d cows just hit their due date yesterday. We hit 80% AI rate on our first group of cows. So they bred really well last summer! We breed … Continue reading
Last week I was nominated for the Illuminating Blogger Award by Seasonsgirl. I feel very blessed that she was thinking of my blog in such a wonderful way. It truly is amazing how many lives we touch when we start … Continue reading
When most of my non farming friends and family are baking and watching movies during a snowstorm, we have livestock to take care of. Taking care of our animals isnt a 9-5 job, its a way of life. The first … Continue reading
We have to send cows about 65 miles away for about 90 days during the winter. We don’t have enough corn stalks to winter all the cows, so we sort the solid mouth (a term meaning Middle aged cows) and … Continue reading
Wow I havent wrote for awhile – time to get you all caught up on a few things going on in HuskerCowgirl country! First of all, according to the UNL Drought Monitor, we are still classified in the extreme drought category, although … Continue reading
Heifers were extra frosty this morning! Thought I would share this picture with my followers.
Reblogged from The Meat of the Issues: Antibiotics use in livestock is a topic in animal agriculture that gets a lot of coverage. Maybe not necessarily by the mainstream media, but its fairly in vogue to associate the use of … Continue reading
Reblogged from Lady Of Ag: This weekend was a first for our family. Matt and I went away overnight on a date (no, that isn’t the first, but I will admit, it doesn’t happen often!). The “first” I am referring … Continue reading