The semi-truck that bore the Chef AAA big fridge could not come down the driveway, so we went up and got it with our little tractor and trailer. It was quite a job getting it into the customer room, but finally, it was set up and looked very commercial.
In minimal time we had the vacuum pump in its box and a drain system hooked up for it, enabling us to milk for the first time in the facility.
A nice shelf to cover up the housing of the vacuum pump.
Meet Rosey, the second calf of our cow Jewel and the second female calf born on the property. She is half Red Angus, hence her color. Adorable, sturdy, and energetic, she is already bigger than Pranky, who is nearly 3 weeks older than she is.
On November 1st, Grandma and Papa brought us Quinta, a 3/4 Brown-Swiss x 1/4 Jersey four year old cow, from the Zach's in Vale Oregon. She is due to calve in early January. She is a very calm, sweet cow, with perfect conformation, almost identical in size to Feliz, with a shorter head. Besides needing a hoof trimming, she was perfect! We are excited to introduce her as our fifth addition to our small dairy herd.
Josh: Founder, father