4-H family seeking to lease a place for 5-10 head of breeding cattle, a horse, and potentially, some poultry. We own and operate a cow-calf/custom slaughter beef operation on half section in Wyoming; however, we are relocating to the Bend area for family reasons. We currently partner with a neighboring farmer to harvest our dryland grass-alfalfa hay, and would be interested in learning to plant and harvest such for ourselves.
Cattle windbreaks, livestock watering well, pasture, and sufficient fencing.
Managed calving barn at a small family dairy while pursuing B.S. in Animal Science. Owner-operator of a cow-calf/custom slaughter beef and haying operation since 2005.
To pasture a small herd of cow-calf pairs, while learning to plant and harvest hay. Also, to provide a place for our children to pursue their 4-H interests and projects.
Complete mastery of hay farming, and 40 head of breeding cattle.
Farmhouse with loafing shed and chicken coop would be nice, but is not a requirement. The land is the primary need.
Everyone should have an opportunity to learn where their food comes from, and have a healthy respect for those who are still in the business of producing it. Practicing good animal husbandry and sustainable growing practices, are the best ways to be an ambassador for our industry. Fostering 4-H and FFA youth in their agricultural pursuits is key to future food security.
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