Posts Tagged ‘Farm Traditions’
What Makes a Windmill Ceiling Fan a No-Brainer?
Ceiling fans are essential to every home, providing a refreshing breeze during hot summer days and circulating warm air in the winter. With so many ceiling fans on the market, choosing the right one can be daunting, and not all are created equal. This article will explore why Windmill Ceiling Fans are an excellent investment…Read More
Meet Our Great Pyrenees Dogs: Livestock Protectors At Your Service
Anyone who has visited our Pilot Point ranch has likely met our security team. No, we’re not talking about a bunch of big, burly, angry men with enough muscles to take on a small army. We’re talking about our Great Pyrenees dogs, Sampson and Beau. They are our livestock protectors, and boy, do they ever…Read More
6 Unique Ways to Celebrate Thanksgiving With Loved Ones!
When any of us think of Thanksgiving, we think of the essentials: a delicious turkey feast complete with stuffing, grandma’s green bean casserole, mashed potatoes and gravy, pumpkin pie, a few surprise dishes no one expected, and, of course, every single one of our loved ones sitting around a banquet table celebrating all the things…Read More
5 Ways to Prepare Your Home for the Fall Season
Given the seemingly never-ending hot temperatures throughout North Texas, it can feel like the cooler days of the fall season are so … far … away. No more triple-digit heat – it’s got to cool off soon, right? Where are September and October when you need em!? Yes, it will cool off — and, thankfully,…Read More
Livestock Protectors At Your Service: Meet Our Great Pyrenees Pups!
Anyone who has visited our ranch in Pilot Point, Texas, has likely met our security team. No, we’re not talking about a bunch of big, burly men standing at the front gate. Our two Great Pyrenees pups, Sampson and Bo, get the job done perfectly. They are our livestock protection team, and boy, they take…Read More
Making the Most Out of Life on the Farm
Always dirty. Always in trouble. That’s the best way to describe my life on my grandparents’ Kansas farm as a young girl. After all, what kids do you know enjoy running behind the manure spreader? And it was never a game of how to dodge the flying manure, by the way. Oh, no, no, no…Read More
Thanksgiving Traditions on the Farm
It’s that time of year again. Time to gather and celebrate all the things for which we are thankful, the most important being that we are actually able to gather again. And the first rule of the farm: when we gather, we eat! If you live on a farm like us, most likely, your Thanksgiving…Read More