Finding Honor While Raising Food Animals…

I learned an important lesson on Saturday morning — When it is 12 degrees outside, your phone might get “cold” and shut down in the middle of a Facebook Live broadcast 🙂 It never crossed my mind that would happen. I’m used to working in the cold — I just assumed that my phone would be too!

I am very proud of my favorite blonde cowgirl who helped me with the broadcast. She did an awesome job! Due to the “phone shutting down complications”, we ended up with two broadcasts: one with no ending, and a second one telling the entire story more efficiently (before the phone shut down again!). Below find the second broadcast. You can find the first one on the Feed Yard Foodie facebook page if you would like to compare 🙂

The moral of the story is that there is always something new to learn! The road to excellence may not always be comfortable, but it’s certainly an interesting journey…

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2 responses to “Finding Honor While Raising Food Animals…

  1. Nice! It reminds me of how some cultures would pray and thank a deer when it was shot for food before they started harvesting it. I just fed my stock this morning and appreciated what was said on the symbiotic relationship.

    • Thank you, Elise! I am glad that you enjoyed it 🙂 I think that it is an important topic that we (in agriculture) need to be more proactive in talking about. I appreciate you watching and then leaving me a note!

      Best,
      Anne

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