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Wordless Wednesday, wishful thinking

I don’t think it’s fair to say that it’s raining in Wooster again today… because it feels like it hasn’t stopped raining for weeks.

But because I grew up in a place where rain was a scarce blessing; because so many are praying for much-needed rain right now; because my sweet grandma taught me if you don’t have something nice to say then don’t say anything at all… I will not complain about the never-ending rain and lack of sunshine here.

I will appreciate and be thankful for the blessings I know this rain brings to farmers and ranchers in this area. I will keep the remainder on this Wednesday wordless, and leave you with some photos taken at this time last year after the rain had cleared, the grass had greened and the calves had started to grow. 

Pedros Angus – Hamilton, Ohio

Read more about Pedros Angus, Bill & Bev Roe and their journey from restauranteurs to ranchers here

Bill & Bev Roe - Pedros Angus - Hamilton, OH

Recognize this guy? The face of our Black Ink social media profile was taken about this time a year ago:

Buck Run Farms – Union, KY

Read more about Buck Run Farms and how their love for cattle couldn’t keep a hobby on the sidelines here.

Mulberry Meadows Farm – Union, KY

Mulberry Meadows was the birthplace of The Beef Connection. Read about how that group is helping small and large cattle producers continually improve their herds and opening new markets for them here.

Spring begs for more fenceline discussions. Kevin Perkins of Taylor Cattle Farm, Crestwood, Ky., Bob Sand and Travis Sand of The Beef Connection.

-Laura

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