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Dealing with a rebellious bull

Sat, 2020-01-18 17:29 -- Carole Soule

     The bull charged full speed toward me. I swung my arms and shouted, and just a few feet in front of me, he veered left and sailed over a 3-foot electric fence with the grace of a Thoroughbred horse. After jumping two more fences and charging through a wire gate, he ended up back in his original field. This happened several years ago, shortly after we purchased a Scottish Highlander bull named Gregory to breed our cows.

Harmonious feasting all year

Sun, 2019-12-29 17:54 -- Carole Soule

 This holiday season, with Impeachment looming like the elephant in the room, most of us have been trying to steer clear of politics for the sake of peaceful extended-family feasting. At the farm, we're too busy keeping our livestock fed to risk a partisan quarrel by hosting or visiting relatives. My livestock might have terrible table manners, but their only politics is Food. 

Dressed as a Shepherd

Sun, 2019-12-22 18:32 -- Carole Soule

    It's that time of year when farmers dress up as shepherds and present their sheep, goats, and oxen in a living Nativity scene. Well, most farmers don't, but this one does. This tradition began in the year 1223 after Saint Francis of Assisi visited the birthplace of Jesus and was inspired to stage a re-enactment. 

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