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The rain finally stopped and goodness, did the heat turn on! Sunday our temperatures were almost 100 and “feels like temp” was 112! The grass is growing and Dad and Zack are trying to get their clients hay layed down, raked, and baled. Meanwhile, I’ve been working on some delicious, easy recipes for you! I […]

June 13, 2022

Scenes from the Field

I just wanted to pop on and share one of our growing babies. If you’ve followed me on Instagram, you know that we decided to jump into the registered part of raising long horns last year and this is our very first registered baby we’ve raised. We have some big goals and plans for our […]

September 1, 2021

Growing Babies

I’ve had a lot of questions come in about transporting food, meals, favorite products, etc. Today I thought I’d share a few tips and tricks regarding Hayfield Meals and will probably end up extending this to a two part post on down the road. For now, here are some tried and true things that I […]

August 25, 2021

Hayfield Wife Hacks

Summer is for hay. When Dad is out in the field, we try to have some fun when we visit and take a meal. I love that the girls get to experience this life and see that every part of farming and ranching is important. On this particular day, he just finished up with a […]

July 12, 2021

Haykid Summer

Mulberry……as you know, I love my Longhorns. It’s not my family’s first choice of cattle or what the Rafter PS Ranch has the majority of. My herd is small, but growing. I hope one day to have several and need another piece of land to raise them all. I love what they embody, their hardiness, and let’s […]

June 25, 2021

Texas Longhorn Education | Part 1

We spent the weekend helping my parents fix up the old barn at the cattle lots on the ranch. This beauty is old but I love the character and the stories it could tell. The horse stalls at the other barn just aren’t functional and quite a ways from where the arena will be. This […]

June 1, 2021

The Barn Project

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