This blog is a place for me to share pictures, tell stories and write about our family, our farm in Dover, Arkansas, our Faith in Jesus Christ , and our love for nature, animals and people. I hope it often makes you laugh, sometimes causes you to think, and sincerely gives you insight into who we are as we travel this amazing journey.
We raise beef cattle on grass pasture and home grown hay. We have a small herd of about 20 mama cows (We've recently reduced our number from about 30) that are mostly registered Fleckvieh Simmental. We also have a couple Limousin and a black cow or two. Our bull is registered Red Angus. Our cows are calm and happy and used to our presence. They calve in the spring and we sell the calves in the fall at the local sale barn. We keep one steer back to raise for our own beef. At this time, we do not raise market animals for the public. We do sell young steers at market price should you want to raise one for yourself.
A very nice Limousin X Red Angus bull calf.
One of our registered Fleckvieh Simmental mamas with her calf.
A young Fleckvieh X Red Angus steer.
"Waddie" as a young bull. Registered Red Angus
Annabelle is our pet. She loves attention and scratches. She'll let ClaireAnna sit on her back if she's laying down. She was born here and she'll never be sold. We love her.