Month: May 2012

Daily Farmer May 31, 2012

Another Branding! I’m headed to Texas this week, to hang out with my dad (and the rest of my family), who celebrates 35 years with the same company on Friday. It’s practically unheard of these days that… Read More! What…

Daily Farmer May 30, 2012

Branding Season is Full Speed Ahead! I’m sure my absence here hasn’t gone un-noticed. I’ve been busy. Our ranch intern is here; I’ve been riding my 4yo mare, Dolce, (and handling the other colts), going to barrel… Read More! Winter…

Daily Farmer May 29, 2012

An Eventful Week with Visitors, Farming and Cows There is always plenty to do on a farm. Taking care of cows requires daily commitment. But spring is more hectic than usual. In addition to the daily routine with the cows,…

Daily Farmer May 28, 2012

The Ultimate Sacrifice This post is about a man from our little town whom I have never met, yet he has sacrificed everything for me and you. First Lieutenant John Runkle was fighting for our freedom in Afghanistan just a……

Daily Farmer May 27, 2012

Farm Spring in pictures. Well its been awhile since I have posted much about the farm, so a quick update! All the corn is planted and growing. Soybeans are all in the ground, some a second time and after this…

Daily Farmer May 26, 2012

America Have a safe Memorial Day – remember those who gave all. ~ In Memory Troy Nealey ~   Read More! Daily Farmer May 25, 2012 Once Again, Memorial Day Who were they? I found the names of these pioneers…

Daily Farmer May 25, 2012

Once Again, Memorial Day Who were they? I found the names of these pioneers on the abstract for the land on which my home is built.James A. Ames, a farmer.Mary Jane Ames, nine years older than her husband, yet arriving…

Daily Farmer May 24, 2012

This Week at SlowMoneyFarm We’ve updated our for sale page! While we have feed and basics covered, we want to push for progress! To do that we’ve taken a step back to question what else we have that would be…

Daily Farmer May 23, 2012

Wordless Wednesday – Roses & Rose Hips Read More! Hurried Blossoms In GriggsDakota we call these the Wildcat Lilacs. Our  weather has been hot and dry this month.The tulips have dried out in the 80-90 degree Fahrenheit heat.  Waving in the…

Daily Farmer May 22, 2012

Eagle Butte’s High School Rodeo I got to go to the local high school rodeo a couple weeks ago, because The Cowboy’s niece was running barrels, and since her horse lives here, I was the lucky girl who got to…