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The Homestead Survival | A Dairy Cow’s Birth Story | Homesteading - http://thehomesteadsurvival.com

Here is a first look into a dairy cow’s birth story, join pure breed Jersey mother "Belle" and heifer calf "Camille" in their first moments.

We welcome a homestead cow to our family. Creme Brulee will become our Family Milk Cow, providing our family with milk, manure, and companionship.

Welcoming our Homestead Cow

We welcome a homestead cow to our family. Creme Brulee will become our Family Milk Cow, providing our family with milk, manure, and companionship.

Is your dairy cow too fat or too thin? Learn how (and why) you should be evaluating the body condition for your family milk cow!

Is My Cow Too Skinny? Evaluating Cattle Body Condition

Is your dairy cow too fat or too thin? Learn how (and why) you should be evaluating the body condition for your family milk cow! From Reformation Acres

Trimming Hooves on Dairy Cows... there's pins for everything!

Trimming Hooves

Many people are familiar with beef cows, and they think, “Beef cows never get their feet trimmed, so why do dairy cows!” or “Gee, I’ve never heard of having to trim cows&

Keeping a cow, like a marriage, is a confining and responsible relationship not to be entered into lightly.  Flirtations, study, an engagement, even a trial marriage are advocated, for dairymen, like fond parents, are unduly enamoured of their heifers.

Keeping a Family Milk Cow - Sustainable Farming

Learn about the benefits and responsibilities of raising a farm cow for fresh milk.

One of the most common deterrents to owning a family dairy cow (or goat) on the homestead is the notion that you'll be tied down twice a day milking, but is that really true? Here's how to milk a cow AND still have a life!

Your Questions: Can I Own a Dairy Cow (Or Goat) AND Still Have a Life

One of the most common deterrents to owning a family dairy cow (or goat) on the homestead is the notion that you'll be tied down twice a day milking, but is that really true? Here's how to milk a cow AND still have a life! Need to send this to dave.

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Raising Dairy Cows, Part II - Sustainable Farming - MOTHER EARTH NEWS

Raising Dairy Cows, Part II - Sustainable Farming

In this second installment of Raising Dairy Cows, the author provides tips on bovine reproduction and calf care.

5 Acres & A Dream: More Thoughts on Growing Animal Feeds

5 Acres & A Dream: More Thoughts on Growing Animal Feeds

I used to dream about having cows on the homestead. I craved the self sufficiency that a family cow brought to a farm. Now that I have owned cows for several years, I can’t possibly imagine the homestead life without them.

10 Reasons Why You Need a Cow

I used to dream about having cows on the homestead. I craved the self sufficiency that a family cow brought to a farm. Now that I have owned cows for several years, I can’t possibly imagine the homestead life without them.

Raising dairy cows can easily provide your family with all the milk, cheese, and other dairy products you'll ever need — even if you only have one cow.

Raising Dairy Cows, Part I - Sustainable Farming

Raising dairy cows can easily provide your family with all the milk, cheese, and other dairy products you'll ever need — even if you only have one cow. And that is why I have always wanted a milk cow!

Sometimes the dairy cow Steps in the milk bucket

dairy cow puts foot in the bucket, homesteading is hard, but we offer grace

Life with a dairy cow: sometimes the cow puts her foot in the bucket, but you just have to keep going. Such great life lessons are learned in the barn!

Owning a Family Milk Cow: Your Questions Answered! | The Prairie Homestead

Owning a Family Milk Cow: Your Questions Answered

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