Monthly Archives: April 2012

  • Weed Management, my latest column

    Posted on April 29, 2012 by in Feedstuffs Foodlink

    Having grown up on a farm, there are several things about farming I just seem to know, some I have learned along the way and many more I am still learning as I go. One of the learning moments I still remember from my younger years was that shortly after my local cooperative sprayed a […]

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  • Find me in Feedstuffs and Just Farmers!

    Posted on April 26, 2012 by in Uncategorized

    As several may have noticed my blog posts have slowed down here on the Haley Farms blog. This is in part because things have been pretty busy around the far the last six months. For those that are unaware I have also started writing a column for Feedstuffs! So far this has been very exciting […]

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  • All covered in Poop.

    Posted on April 24, 2012 by in Cattle, Farm, livestock care

    We had a cow bloat this morning. I don’t know if she ate to much last night, or just was laying the wrong direction for to long and the gases in her rumen could not escape. Nonetheless she was stuck on her side and could not get up. I frantically started to push on her […]

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  • As seen on TV!

    Posted on April 21, 2012 by in Cattle, Farm

    That’s right, Haley Farms was recently on TV! Things can be very busy on the farm during planting season there are some things that are worth taking a few moments out of the day for.   This was definitely the case when we were asked by Cattlemen to Cattlemen if it would be ok if they stopped by […]

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  • Showing off my boots!

    Posted on April 1, 2012 by in Uncategorized

    This spring has kept me so busy I almost forgot to update everyone that my boots were on the Food For Thought Blog! Check it out: When do you put your boots on, Mike? This time of year, during the winter months, I typically start getting my boots dirty every morning by tending to our […]

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