Looking forward to many more days like today. Short sleeves weather. Sun is shining and the fields are beginning to turn green again! The Hyacinth and Daffodils, planted years ago by my mother-in-law, are blooming and are a welcome sign that the days are getting longer and warmer weather is ahead. Another good sign is there are still a few bales of hay in the shed, just in case Old Man Winter isn't finished with us yet.
Moving stock from one pasture to another is never a problem with Jake and Maggie! They are always excited to work and we are sure happy to let them!
FarmHer was started to bring awareness to females in agriculture. On a recent trip to Tennessee, the crew of FarmHer came to Dean Hill to do a story about the Reece family and the three generations of women who have raised goats here on the farm.
Not only do we love what we do, but we really enjoy helping others begin or expand their journey in agriculture too. We hope that you can take a few moments on March 30th at 8:30 central time to tune in to RFD-TV and learn more about our journey and the three generations of female farmers in our family!