Since the inception of this website, I have yet to take the time to do any sort of interaction with it or our customers other than face to face. This year I'd like to change that. Our website needs a drastic update because our herd has changed quite a lot since we sold the milking cows in June of 2021. Currently the herd is made up of mostly Angus and Angus cross cattle along with a couple Simmental, Herford and Pinzguaer. The herd is 100 percent grass fed and grass finished. Grazing is my passion, it's the only way I want to farm livestock. I believe in the health benefits it affords the animals, land, water and the people who eat them. Along the way this year I want to share with you pictures of the cattle, sheep and chickens grazing from January to December. Currently the animals are getting most of their daily intake from stored dry hay, but they have unlimited access to different paddocks. The cows are grazing left over corn stalks every day and the sheep are working over the pastures and trimming the brush along the fence lines. The meat chickens won't arrive until spring so there won't be any pictures of them for a while. To wrap this up, I hope to bring to our customers and whoever else is reading this on a long-distance farm tour that educates and conveys our passion for the symbiotic relationship people, animals and land have together. Let's go!