I'm a mom, dairy farmer, and storyteller (aka writer). This is my blog, which is mostly stories about cows, kids, and cooking.
I write here because I love sharing stories about family, farming, and food. And because I want to remember these stories. There's no way I would remember all of these stories without writing them down. I hope you enjoy my stories, too.
My husband, Glen, and I milk cows together on Blue Diamond Dairy – a small farm in central Minnesota. We have a son, Dan, 9, and two daughters, Monika, 7, and Daphne, 3.
Glen and I started farming in 2005 and bought our 20-acre farm in July of 2007. We milk 75 cows and grow corn, alfalfa, and oats on rented land to feed our herd. Our cows and heifers also graze 100 acres of rented pasture.
Glen and I are both alumni of the University of Minnesota. We met in college while working at the Minnesota State Fair. We both grew up on dairy farms. Before we started farming, Glen worked for the Minnesota Department of Agriculture and I worked for a weekly newspaper.
You can learn more about our family and farm in this little video:
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Personal portrait by Kim Box Photography.
Winter family photo by Meyer's Photography Studio.
Graphics used on site from: Pure Imagination, http://openclipart.org, http://www.vectoropenstock.com, and http://www.canstockphoto.com.