Farming brings me great joy.
Farming brings me great joy. There are so many quiet moments, so many remarkable occurrences that could be often overlooked. For our busy fast paced society many would never think twice about such precious moments. Many, even if it we're pointed out to them, would thumb their noses and scoff. Who cares about dumb cows or senseless chickens? After all, our society makes them out to be machines to be doped up with synthetic injections to produce more, harder, faster and now. The result is a cow who could be milked for twelve years only lasts two years and goes to slaughter so full of tumors from being pushed to the max. So, in the eyes of society at large we have dumb animals and senseless chickens.
For me, we have a treasure trove here on the farm. Tending to the flocks and herds puts me in awe of our great and glorious God. These so called senseless animals were created by a powerful God who designed them with phenomenal instincts to work the earth with us and provide us nourishment. It is here at this place of understanding that I am thankful for being a milkmaid and for the opportunity to steward this little piece of land for Gods glory.
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Yesterday we received Joy in more ways than one. Let me explain. Joy is my sons Holstein. Josiah always wanted a Holstein. When the milk supply was short, we we're desperate for a milk cow. Jersey cows we're not to be found. So we broke our tradition and found Joy. This Holstein has been a real blessing to our herd. She is gentle and easy going. She has a sweet spirit. She has turned out to be one of my favorite cows. Shhhdont tell my Jersey girls. There might be a revolt.
A few months ago we noticed an odd swelling on her legs at the knee joint. I took her to the veterinarian who said not to worry until she started limping. In one months time she developed a limp so I took her back for treatment. My vet was not available so we took her to the on call vet. He wouldn't even unload her and told me to sell her immediately. There is nothing more tragic then being told to sell your favorite cow. I looked at Joy and she looked at me and I kicked myself. I have been milking for a while now. I should know better than to bond with a milk cow. Ah, but I still do. I bond and then she'd tears when they are culled. I wonder if I will ever out grow this tendency?
I went back home and called the man who sold her to me. He must have heard my voice quiver as I described what happened. He offered to pick her up and get a second opinion. The second opinion proved that we could do a minor surgery and Joy might have a chance to be a good and productive milk cow for us. Joy spent some time at my friends farm recovering. The prognosis was good but she took a turn for the worse a few weeks ago. She went off her feed and the spot on her legs worsened. It didn't look good. The Lord prevailed, Joy pulled through.
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Posted in Home Improvement Post Date 05/27/2017