They Have Moved On—Wednesday, February 6, 2019

Well, it’s with fond hearts

And sad good-byes

We all watched the cows

being rounded up yesterday morning around 10:00

Heading to their home place.

The cranes were upset for a spell but came back.  Which is a good thing.

Still, the fields feel empty without the cows.

Moving toward spring work now.  Although, today we have snow and rain and not very nice conditions.

Your friend on a western Colorado farm,

Linda

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Joy Fixed in Time and Space—-Tuesday, February 6, 2018

The look of satisfaction on this wee bird is priceless.  A full tummy, a huge food bar, safety….who could ask for more?

 

From my world to your heart,

Linda

A Surprise—-Monday, February 6, 2017

I opened my email to find this surprising email from Jake Hill—
Hello Linda,
First of all, we’re huge fans of Life on a Colorado Farm, which has been chosen by LawnStarter’s editorial team to receive our
2016-golden-tractor-award
2016 Golden Tractor Award! Congratulations!
The Golden Tractor Award celebrates the Top Farming & Agriculture Blogs on the internet. We spent countless hours scouring the web in search of the blogs that deserve recognition.
We judged your blog based on criteria such as:
  • How well-written and informative the 2016 content was
  • How engaging it was (social shares, comments, aesthetics)
  • Popularity (pageviews, “popular posts” lists, etc.)
We hope that you enjoy our list of winners and encourage you to show off your Golden Tractor Award on your website (along with other awards that we’re sure your blog has received).
Jake Hill
What a hugely flattering and pleasant surprise!
Your friend on a western Colorado farm,
Linda