Congratulations to Desiree Nicole from St. Augustine, Fl for purchasing a 2018 Honda Rancher at Powersports St. Augustine. #Honda #rancher
Countless hours on 100+ degree Montana summer days and my dad got this 60 year old combine running.
As he says...”old men and old machines just keep going!”
I sure love that old man!
Me in my natural habitat just doing random things in my fav @tinhaul
Relocating Thomas from his temporary house to his new fancy enclosure where he has a building to get into and a large fenced in yard. .
I owe a huge thank you to a ton of friends for helping tear down fence, pound posts, put up new fence, gift me some fence, cut down caraganas and help me move scrap. .
#ranchlife #barnyard #turkeysofinstagram #farmer #rancher #ranchwifelife
If your new to the page, welcome! We are a grass fed beef company that cares a whole lot about what we do. The difference is in the details! We don’t use antibiotics or hormones. Our cattle have access to fresh water, grass, and shade/shelter the entire time. Our ranches are located here in Tyler, Texas. Know your beef, know your rancher, know a healthier life. .
#naturalbeef #tylertexas #cutbeef #grassfed #localbeef #rancher #texasranch #farmtotable #ranchtoplate
A severe drought has gripped an area of Australia more than twice the size of Texas, turning normally fertile crop areas into dust bowls, draining water reserves and leaving wine-producing regions parched. Hungry kangaroos are turning up in cities.⠀
⠀ “There’s not a blade of grass, not even a vestige or shoot. It’s dirt,” said Carolyn Fretwell, a rancher whose family has grazed cattle and sheep on the plains near Coonabarabran, 300 miles northwest of Sydney, for 80 years. They have used all their stocks of hay, so to feed their animals the family now trucks in sugar cane and cotton from about 700 miles away. Read more at the link in our bio. Photo by @joshuaj.smith
#australia #drought #climate #environment #rancher #coonabarabran #aerial #aerialphotography #wsj #wsjphotos
My grandpa was the greatest cowboy that I knew. He was my best friend and the best grandpa at the same time.
Picture Location: Moss Landing, CA 1980s.
HORSES: (farthest back, left) Poco; (in front, left) Sydney; (right) Camper 🐴
Sharing the love of the unspoken beauty ❤️
I had the opportunity to discuss beef with my nurse practitioner this morning and I can honestly say I feel like I’ve been training for the interaction for the last five or so years.
Having a child obviously means LOTS of doctors appointments. A couple months back I was on the receiving end of the “eat as much organic and clean food as you can” talk from my doctor and quite honestly it will stick with me for the rest of my life. I considered switching doctors but I really have loved the NP, so I didn’t. Today I had an appointment where my NP went over recent labs. Her comments were “your blood test results look great! And you’re not anemic, which is also great because a lot of women are during pregnancy.” Getting enough protein through red meat is something I’ve been very intentional about. I quickly realized that this was an opportunity to have a conversation about how important eating beef has been to me while I am growing another human being. I told the nurse practitioner about my nutrition choices and mentioned that I was proud of that specific result. She responded very kindly and then informed me that she was a vegetarian for 8 years of her life because she just didn’t love the taste of red meat. She also mentioned that when she was pregnant for the first time she came back to eating beef because she needed to increase her iron levels and now she “loves a good burger”. Then she began spouting facts about recent research and misconceptions on heart health from beef (que the music to my ears!). At that point, all I wanted to do was hug her. But since we probably aren’t that close, I said thank you instead. Thank you for being well educated in your chosen profession, thank you for not listening to the fear-based marketing (like my doctor obviously has) and incomplete research, and thank you for having a conversation where we both had different paths/opinions and yet neither of us ended up offended at each other’s choices. In fact we were both very supportive of one another.
All of this to say, it was a good morning to be a part of the beef industry and I sure am proud of the product we raise and it’s health benefits.
#meetyourbeef #rancher #beef
Yesterday we broke into groups with an assigned issue/problem to discuss and analyze using a systems thinking approach. Today the groups are really digging in with an iceberg analysis and identifying the driving factors that are contributing to the problem at hand. We’ll post more this week about the specific ranching & ag questions the attendees are analyzing. Stay tuned!
#krirm #ranchlife #rancher #ranchmanagement #lifelonglearning #systemsthinking