In my opinion, one of the biggest issues affecting the agriculture community is how the public perceives agriculture. It’s quite evident that this is an issue when members of the community, large companies and every day folks from around the … Continue reading →
Happy Valentine’s Day! This year, I’m choosing to smooch the noses of my freshly clipped show heifers instead of any old boy. Why, you might ask? See the top five reasons I’m choosing my cows over boys this Valentine’s Day! … Continue reading →
I grew up in a tie-stall barn. I spent a lot of my life in and out of those stalls. Whether I was milking, bedding stalls, letting cows out, or doing any number of countless tasks, my feet typically traveled … Continue reading →
What’s not to love about cheese? Much to my surprise, not everyone shares my love affair for cheese. Recently cheese has made the headlines, being blamed for American’s expanding waistlines. I’d share the link with you, but I’d much rather … Continue reading →
I still remember the day clearly. I always will. I remember the moment my world stopped in the midst of a bustling sidewalk. I remember the oatmeal heaving in my stomach. I remember the phone calls from everyone back home. And … Continue reading →
Through every struggle and strife that my family has gone through this past year, we have had an incredible support group surrounding us.
Family, friends, neighbors and strangers have at some point dropped everything to help us. We would frankly not be where we are today without all the helping hands that held us up when we couldn’t hold ourselves up. We can thank you, and thank you countless times, but words simply cannot express how thankful we truly are. This quote from my Dad sums up how we’ve been feeling:
“Someday I just hope we can help people like they’ve helped us” -John Sarbacker
And we do hope to help every single one of you that has helped us. Someday.