tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2857161791109887176.post132575981455449790..comments2016-05-25T08:56:42.320-05:00Comments on On the Banks of Squaw Creek: Downton Abbey & Livestock FarmingKatie @ On the Banks of Squaw Creekhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/11530237661834412493noreply@blogger.comBlogger1125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2857161791109887176.post-57760924814191672982014-02-06T08:44:30.105-06:002014-02-06T08:44:30.105-06:00So well said! After getting up at nights in all ki...So well said! After getting up at nights in all kinds of weather to watch for cows calving, especially the heifers, and then still lose a calf, it's hard! Raising a steer from birth because his mother died and then have to sell with the rest of the fat cattle, it's hard! But we are farmers and that is what we do, we can feel sad but we know we did the best we could.Juliehttp://www.blogger.com/profile/07070165563654391741noreply@blogger.com