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18 month old opening and closing farm gates
Can you trust your cattle?
Meet your farmers, Know your farmers
Bale Grazing Cows in otherwise knee deep snow.
White Hat, Boss Lady, Mama... Instructing where to place the bale
My favorite and biggest cow in our commercial herd. All of our cows are extremally docile. Saddle up a cow ?
Fun Farm Family, Ratter Creek Ranch. Raising happy, healthy children and livestock.
A Man, His Daughter and His Trusty Horse
The love for our livestock goes beyond words! Always going above and beyond for them.
Newest Heifer Calf on the farm - Farmers Daughter Isla Grace getting a warm welcome by our cows.
Everyday- Summer or Winter we move pastures. Winter we graze on a new section daily. Very beneficial practices.
Look at the confidence radiating from this guy. He knows he's beautiful.
Happy Cows make for Happy Farmers. We grow our cows with extra love and affection.
Wedding Bells - we most certainly needed to check on our girls after the ceremony. Officially Mr. & Mrs. Image captured by Kay Kiss Photography.
Mark does much more then graze his cattle, he does custom field work.
RCR strip grazing is a great management tool. They receive new grass twice daily.
Beautiful Red Galloway, she is a quite the cow. As you can see she is usually ''The Boss''. Image captured by Kay Kiss Photography.
Proud Owners. The day we signed the papers and officially owned bare land. This bare land then turned into the biggest project of our lives. 2018 we built a house and early 2019 we bought cows.
Just showing off our beautiful Grass Puppies. Such wonderful girls, its a pleasure to work with them on a daily basis.
Our lawn mowers are hard at work on our front pasture before the chickens arrive.
You're such a chicken! A Grass-Fed, Pasture Raised, GMO-Free, Happy Go Lucky Chicken. Our chicken is raised outside where they can do chicken things.
This young fellow is just darn cute.
Six sleepy piggies resting in their deep bedding (wood chips from the farm)
These boys are my favorite to gaze at. Belted Galloways are out of this world beautiful.
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