We shipped our calves on Oct. 19 and will preg check our cows and heifers on Nov. 16. Due to the drought our calves shipped a little lighter than we would have liked, but not too bad. We are hoping that the drought and hot weather hasn't affected our conception rate with our cows and heifers.
These photos will give you an idea how bright blue the sky is today! These formations are known as clay knobs. They have been etched by wind and water over the years.
Next event of my day is to head to town for lunch with a friend. I don't have to worry about voting today. We took care of that with early voting last week in case it stormed or something.Then I will hit the library for books and a visit with another friend who is the librarian & pick up cat food for the barn kitties. The final stop is at my massage lady to get de-stressed and smoothed out! It has been a long time since I have visited her. Looking forward to that!Will have to fight the wind as I head to Montana to do all of that, but I bet I sail home to ND!