Archive of ‘#NonDairyCarrie (Guest Blogs)’ category

10 Things Learned From Beef Cattle

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Hi, I am Dexter Small a sixteen-year-old sophomore in high school from Kansas who enjoys showing cattle, sheep, and wrestling.  Carrie and I have been friends since I named show heifer after “The Best Cow Ever” Norma.  We share the same taste in music as we both love Red Dirt and our favorite song is “Cows Around” […] Read more…

The Seven Common Breeds of Dairy Cattle #InternSarah

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Seven percent of American adults believe that brown cows produce chocolate, red cows produce strawberry, and white and black cows produce plain milk (More on that here). While this is not true, there are different breeds of cows that all have different characteristics. Holstein, Brown Swiss, Guernsey, Jersey, Milking Shorthorn, Ayrshire, and Red and White Holstein […] Read more…

The Real Beef Sustainability Story

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Hey everyone! My name is Kacy, and I’ll be taking over Carrie’s blog today. I live on a cattle ranch in southeast Wyoming, that is well, 10 miles past nowhere. It’s remote, rugged, and beautiful, but leads to sort of a crazy life where we end up still doing most things the old-fashioned way. But I […] Read more…

The Hungry Truth- Bolivia and Quinoa.

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This month’s The Hungry Truth post is a guest post from Kate Griswold. Kate is a senior at University of Wisconsin – Madison, Life Sciences Communications  with Certificates in  Agricultural Business and International Agriculture. Kate grew up on her families hobby farm just west of Madison in Black Earth, WI. During her youth she showed beef […] Read more…

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