Our next cheese class is underway! I hope you are as excited as I am!
It is still full steam ahead!
So Say Cheese!
Our very own Brooke Jennette will be attending as a guest expert
in explaining the ends and outs of cheese and its history.
I will be at the helm, leading the session from an actual
cow milking demonstration to making farmers cheese
from that fresh, off the cow, raw milk.
That being said, please be prepared to sign the agreement to be an owner of the herd share if you wish to eat/sample the raw milk/cheese.
The annual $5.00 owner signup fee is included
in the admission price of the cheese class.
No monthly boarding is due unless you decide you can't live without our delicious creamy milk...Lol, "Believe me, it happens!"
Cheese class is held at the farm in our farm store!
Saturday - June 29, 2019
In my personal walk, I am working on manifesting the dynamic change that I want to see.
It's what I'm calling....
Fixed On Change Until Success
Oh Holy Cow… What A Gift!
and Dixie is ready to rock and roll. She comes marching forward for her milking session.
Dixie is an amazing and wise ol girl. She’s also the biggest girl on the farm. She bullies her weight with the others and she can even be pretty sassy with me at times. But no matter what she is very smart and she is a good listener.
I wish you could have seen the way she slowed to caution on her approach as I held my hands up and said: “slow down, slow down”.
She immediately slowed her roll to my words and almost tipped toed into the doorway. Avoiding what I feared to be a fall. However, at that last step, her hind legs went into the splits! My heart skipped a beat as one of her legs slipped far out from under her. But then she quickly caught herself and managed to pull them back together.
Ouch! I wanted to be mad but in all sincerity, I knew that this was a reprimand that had to do with me. Life and routines have a way of becoming repetitive. I was not “being in the moment”! These are issues, my A.D.D. and lack of paying attention. My issues with showing up yet not actually being present and in tune with her. She too has needs that I’m overlooking.
A kick of the leg doesn't always to mean she is being sassy.
But maybe she’s requesting- “Pay attention child or be careful with that side, it’s full of milk and it hurts a bit.” (Any breastfeeding mama or a witness thereof’ knows the challenge of having to persevere through the tough times of heavy milk & nursing.)
That her hands are up "saying slow down - slow down” and to watch my step! That she too is holding me accountable to be a good listener!
I placed my forehead deep into the crevice of her hip bone. Receiving all of the energy that I could within a deep breath, aligned my hands to her spine, and began her body massage.
“being in the moment” during the milking of a cow,
I’d like to invite you into a session.
You may not know this, but we actually milk a cow during or farmers cheese class.
It's a great way to experience the love, care, and sanitation
that goes into our signature Raw Milk products!
Click here to join our next cheese class session.
A Woman Farming
in Service to You!
Along my side stands four youngins and my husband who always has my back.