Month: December 2011

Daily Farmer December 31, 2011

Death, Maiming, Wolves and the HSUS It has been a while since I posted and for that I apologize. The primary reason was that I did not want publish a post that was not uplifting and positive, so close to…

Daily Farmer December 30, 2011

Organic Valley Coupon, Calendar and Swag Give Away Much to our surprise, our family was chosen to adorn the April page of the 2012 Organic Valley calendar! Continue reading → Read More! Daily Farmer December 29, 2011 Assessment and Adjustment…

Daily Farmer December 29, 2011

Assessment and Adjustment The farming season is over and the equipment is put away, but as I was perusing the photos from this year I came across these and had to share…Farmer Fred spends time assessing the… Read More! Daily…

Daily Farmer December 28, 2011

Salted Caramel Cookies ~ As Promised Last week I posted about our Healthy Cooking Group’s annual cookie exchange gathering and how my favorite of the evening were these, to die for, Salted Caramel Cookies.  I now have the recipe… Read…

Daily Farmer December 27, 2011

Choices For quite a while now we have been hearing a lot about Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) and crops that have been Genetically Modified. All eyes have been on Boulder County (CO) and their decision… Read More! Singing for Joy…

Daily Farmer December 26, 2011

Merry Christmas! Filed under: #AgChat, Pictures Tagged: Christmas, family farm, Pictures Read More! Merry Christmas From my family to yours! May your holiday be filled with great food, good friends, love and abounding joy!   Read More! Daily Farmer December…

Daily Farmer December 25, 2011

Christmas is in the air… Christmas is in the air!  Everywhere a person goes there are Christmas decorations up, music playing with festive sounds, and people talking about their holiday plans.  At our house last night our… Read More! 12…

Daily Farmer December 24, 2011

Balancing Farm & Family during the Holidays I’ve often joked that one advantage to dairy farming is that I have a legitimate built-in excuse to avoid going to my in-laws’ house over the Holidays.  And while I say that lightheartedly,…

Daily Farmer December 23, 2011

Rainy day dairy chores Without exception or excuse, every day is a work day on our dairy farm. We’ll rack up between 7-8 hours of actual working time even on days when we cover only the basics (milking and feeding).…

Daily Farmer December 22, 2011

Wordless Wednesday Read More! Don’t talk with your mouth full. #NonDairyCarrie Project Project Post #7 I want to repost these thoughts I had on a post by Dairy Carrie from her blog. It’s interesting that in the United States when the…