This is a picture of some of our heifers that we have recently processed to get ready for artificial insemination. We have never used artificial insemination on our farm before and are very excited to use this technology. We think it will be a great opportunity to use proven sires for low birth weights and maternal traits for future replacements cows.
Also, we have been busy with our poultry that will be going to market in a week or so. When they start getting bigger, the demand for keeping everything perfect in the houses starts to increase as well. We are also getting the cleanout equipment serviced in case we decide on a complete cleanout after this flock.
I am also getting hay equipment serviced and maintained because it looks as though we could start on the alfalfa in the next couple of weeks if the weather permits.
On the personal side, softball, choir, art, FFA activities and schools functions are happening almost on a daily basis. I even made a trip to Iowa to buy some bulls and did a little sheep shopping while I was there. Our ewes are finished having babies and the early born will get weaned this week. Even though we raise our own we still like to buy a few really good ewes to show and then put back in our flock to breed.