Jacqui and her family milk 800 cows and farm 1,200 acres of crops in the northeastern corner of Vernon County, Wisconsin. Her children, Ira, Dane, Henry and Cora, help her on the farm while her husband, Keith, works on a grain farm. If she’s not in the barn, she’s probably in the kitchen, trailing after little ones or sharing her passion of reading with someone. Her life is best described as organized chaos, and if it wasn’t, she’d be bored.
Labor Day weekend marked our first foray into the cattle showing world.
Corn silage meals. Easy after-school treats and snacks. Slow cooker meals for nourishing little, tired minds that keep them from getting hungry and angry.
On a farm on a summer night, One cannot help but feel everything is all right The sun takes a break and goes to sleep — Nighttime creatures begin to creep
Once again, the heat of summer must have affected my thought processes.
This past Friday evening, we opened our farm to the community.
A sweet, brotherly text from Peter last Sunday afternoon prompted the title of my column.
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