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Beeler Family Farm

Diary of Rosemary Beeler - Week 4- December 20-26

Published Dec. 27, 2010

December 20, 2010 Monday: All this snow is pretty but I could do without it. It makes life on a farm more work.  The cows seem to get used to it but I prefer warmer weather. My son Keith doesn't think it is cold since he is from Alaska. We did the usual milking and feeding. All the equipment is working so that helps. Keith is helping me with my new laptop and transferring programs and files over t...

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Dry Run Acres Pygmy Goat Farm

Diary of Nancy Powell - Week 4- Dec. 20-26

Published Dec. 27, 2010

Monday – December 20, 2010 Just feeding the goats today like usual so I will take this opportunity to tell you about the Zoo.  Last spring we got a call from the Cincinnati zoo.  They wanted to talk about purchasing some goats.  Well, my first thought was “they want them to feed to the lions” but that was not what they wanted – thankfully.  They had expanded their petting zoo and were looking for ...

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Beeler Family Farm

Diary of Rosemary Beeler - Week 3- December 13-19

Published Dec. 21, 2010

December 13, 2010 Monday: We started out the day as usual, milking and doing chores. It seems to take longer to do the chores in the cold weather. We are leaving on a bus tour tomorrow to Nashville Tenn. to Gaylord Opryland Hotel. We only get a few days off a year. We asked friends to help with the work while we are gone. I took my dog to a friend to watch while we are gone. I was home in time to ...

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Minges Show Cattle

Diary of Cathy Minges - Week 3 - December 13-19

Published Dec. 20, 2010

Monday, December 13, 2010 Allen up early for work to start another cold day. He did his usual morning chores before off to work. He is still at the zoo for a drilling job and may be down there until Christmas. I worked at the Farm Bureau office today. After work, Allen put out round bales for the cattle and checked all the bedding. With all the cattle at our place now, he puts out 2-3 bales every ...

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Dry Run Acres Pygmy Goat Farm

Diary of Nancy Powell - Week 3- Dec. 13-19

Published Dec. 20, 2010

Monday – December 13, 2010 Out to the barn every four hours to make sure Little Lazarus is eating and staying warm. So far so good…. The farm has a coating of snow on it today. As cold as it is, I don’t think it will melt any time soon. Had to take Dewey to his doctor today and we went to El Mariachi for lunch – I love that place, the restaurant, not the doctor’s office. Stopped at the drug store ...

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Minges Show Cattle

Diary of Cathy Minges - Week 2 - December 6-12

Published Dec. 13, 2010

Monday, December 6 Allen fed before work, picked pens and checked the water for all the cattle. It is really cold out there and need to make sure all the cattle have what they need.  Allen headed off to work, they are doing a drilling job at the Cincinnati Zoo. After work, Allen picked pens and fed all the cattle. Went down to pasture to check on cattle, fill up the water tanks and to make sure al...

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Beeler Family Farm

Diary of Rosemary Beeler - Week 2- December 6-12

Published Dec. 13, 2010

December 6, 2010 Monday: It is a very cold day. I hate getting out of bed at 4:45 to go outside and work on these days. The warm bed with a quilt is much cozier. Anyway, I was up at 4:45 to walk my 4 pound Yorkie Poo dog, named Teddy. Then we started milking our 90 cows. I don’t think the cows care for this weather either. I have 7 calves outside in hutches. I keep them in the hutch for 6 weeks. W...

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Dry Run Acres Pygmy Goat Farm

Diary of Nancy Powell - Week 2- Dec. 6-12

Published Dec. 13, 2010

Monday – December 6, 2010 It was COLD this morning!  I have arthritis so I am not very fond of cold weather.  It’s here so I guess I have to deal with it.  Our truck is a diesel so it had to be plugged in to electric as the barn so it would start up in this weather.  After caring for the goats this morning I had to make my way into my part-time job at the Butler County Board of Elections.  I work ...

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Gail Lierer Family Farm

Diary of Gail Lierer - Week 5 - November 29-30

Published Dec. 6, 2010

November 29, 2010 Well the week has started as usual checking on the steers and feeding the cows.  With the help of Michael, we ran electric fencing around the pond so the cows in the woods would have more grass to eat.  We still have to build one more fence by the pond in order to trust the cows without the electric fence.  We turned the cows out and they seemed happy but still look for a round b...

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Minges Show Cattle

Diary of Cathy Minges - Week 1 - December 1-5

Published Dec. 6, 2010

Wednesday, December 1 What a blustery day with snow flurries flying about. Hope you enjoy reading about our small beef cattle farm. Show cattle and farming seem to be in Allen's blood and he enjoys all the hard work it takes to make this a viable business. With a full-time off the farm job, it means week nights, weekends and holidays are taken for cattle and farming needs. Allen does daily feeding...

County Information

Organization Director:
Christy Montoya

Mailing Address:
2273 Millville Oxford Rd.
Hamilton, OH 45013-3338

Phone:
513-844-8371

Fax:
513-844-8372

Email:
farmbureau@cinci.rr.com

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