"In the spring, at the end of the day, you should smell like dirt." -Margaret Atwood
Corn is planted and up, but with all the moisture we've had, t's a little yellow around the edges. :) Soybean planting is almost in the books. Harry started cutting alfalfa today, June 7, 2019. It is mature; we couldn't get to it in a timely fashion because of recent rains, so we'll grind it this fall. The cows will eat it when the snow is blowing. Our rye that we intended to bale will now be harvested, and we'll follow behind the combine with the swather to bale the resulting straw. Not exactly what we'd hoped for with that crop, but again, because of rain, we had to adapt our plans. It will be okay. We're starting to pile pens. In the photo below, a group of our fall cows are enjoying fresh fescue. Warmer temps have spurred the native grasses and so all the cows have been out to summer pastures for about 3 weeks now. Thanks for visiting our site. Check out ranch life at Moser Ranch on our Facebook page.
Our 2019 Private Treaty Sale continues. We have 2 SimAngus bulls on our sale list. Please contact Harry if you would like to add Moser genetics to your operation. 785.456.3101.
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The Moser Ranch is proud to have been selected the Beef Improvement Federation’s 2003 “Seedstock Producer of the Year”