Calving is in full swing around the country. For most areas it has been a mild winter which lends itself to getting a little more sleep. While that is surely a blessing, the hearts and minds of many farmers and ranchers are riddled with other burdens. [READ MORE…]
I promised you a Jones Ranch favorite today! It is loved 24 hours a day, it uses up a few of these spring eggs, and it is simple. So basically, it checks all of the boxes!
Let’s get these Cherry Bars started! Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. [READ MORE…]
Build your arsenal of tried-and-true recipes because you never know when there will be impromptu cattle working, a few extra hands for field work, or your kids will have an activity that requires calories, I mean snacks. I’m here to help. [READ MORE…]
Any of you farm and ranch ladies out there start looking at your calendar, and seeing April 1 and your heart starts racing with pace you know you will be running and a wash of anxiety over takes you for a moment. Okay, just me. [READ MORE…]
Today in world news, I mean beef industry news which is kinda like world news considering a big chunk of our beef packing industry is foreign owned. According to meatpoultry.com, JBS USA Beef in 2021, reported net revenue of $27.18 billion, which is up 25.3% from 2020. This news comes on the heels of Tyson boasting about their success last month in a CNBC article, “The average price for Tyson’s beef surged 31.7% in the quarter ended on Jan. 1, while the unit’s operating margins jumped to 19.1% from 13.2% a year ago. Overall sales for beef soared about 25% to $5 billion.” [READ MORE…]
Have you ever looked through the pages of home décor magazines and wondered, “does anyone cook in that kitchen?” I am so confused by the farmhouse kitchen trend. I mean, live in a pretty farmy and ranchy neighborhood and that is not what kitchens around here look like. [READ MORE…]