We had a super-warm and lovely February. Whenever it thaws, it gets super muddy and messy on the farm. Kris doesn't particularly like it. I ... love it. We were barefoot around the farm last weekend! Then this week it got cold and we had flurries - it even hailed. The tulips that were already pushing their way out of the ground were completely surprised!
I hosted Fuel Up to Play 60 at Ford Field in Detroit. It was so much fun! It is such a great event, because the kids are so excited. We had two motivational speakers, a workout with the Detroit Lions, different dairy foods, and we did it all with fun people like these two dairy girls here - Ashley Messing Kennedy and Madeline Meyer.
I attended the Voice of Ag in Traverse City and toured the FARM Science Lab. It is SO cool. They take it around to different schools to bring the science about ag to them! I can't wait until we can schedule it for ours. People in Michigan - I'm pretty sure they're scheduling into 2018 now. Go ahead and contact them for your school.
Here we are making plastic from corn. This enthusiasm is not faked. We loved it. Science experiment love is not limited to kids, obviously!
Most exciting to us, we welcomed new cattle to the farm. So far, they love it here and are giving us lots of fantastic milk. Thanks to our friends for selling them to us!
As February ends, it's back to winter around here. Our hats and mittens are back on, we're back indoors, and we're ready for spring when it really comes!
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