We spent the day checking fences,
Repairing any that needed fixing
And taking down the electric fence in Romeo’s part of the farm.
When the cows come they get the whole farm. They do an excellent job of munching down all the weeds….all of them.
Romeo has selective tastes. Romeo is also a stud horse, so must be corralled until after the calves come and they all leave. He will herd the cows constantly, which isn’t a good thing.
We had extra help…Min-Min
Boomer, who always helps,
and if you look closely at this photo
Willow cat helped!
Your friend on a western Colorado farm,
I received the following email a short time ago, from Charles Sipe, a student at Seattle University:
I wanted to contact you to let you know that Life on a Colorado Farm was ranked on our list of top farming blogs at http://www.rankedblogs.com/farming
. It is currently ranked #10 on our list.
RankedBlogs.com ranks the top blogs in different categories based on votes, website links, MozRank score, and Twitter followers.
We also have a badge that you can add to your site to encourage people to vote for your blog which will improve your rank on our list.
Please let me know if you have any questions and thank you for your time.
So—- as you see I have added the badge to my side bar…what a fun thing to have happen! If you would like to see all the ranked farm blogs just click on the badge, in the sidebar. (Not in this post–the one in this post won’t go anywhere. 🙂 )
Then if you are want you can visit the blogs and vote for those YOU like.
Your smiling farm friend,