'"Her own boundaries blurred and softened as she imagined roots growing from the soles of her feet, strong and deep into the land." -Dawn Wink, Meadowlark, South Dakota
Kind of a nice reflection above about how we feel about making a living on the land. Soybeans are peeking through. Corn is up about 2.5 feet tall. Thought you might be interested to see where our corn was on July 19, 2007. If you check out the picture below, that's it. Don't think we're gonna be there in a month. This has definitely been an interesting year for those of us in agriculture! Had another 1.6 inches of rain overnight and this morning. Won't be cutting any brome today. Haying is behind schedule, but we can't change the weather, so we'll go with it. Please read below to catch up on the bulls for November's sale.
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We've narrowed this fall's list of sale bulls. Bands were put on 40 head, so that leaves 74 potential boys for our November 1 sale here at the ranch. By sale day, we'll have 50 of our very best ever to offer. Check back for details. Meanwhile, if you'd like to talk cattle, give Harry a call at 785.456.3101. Thanks for your interest in our program.
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The Moser Ranch is proud to have been selected the Beef Improvement Federation’s 2003 “Seedstock Producer of the Year”