This little guy is enjoying a blissful life at the Kim Jo Bliss farm this Spring. Our local farms are filling up with new life, including calves, lambs and chicks. Check out all the latest happenings at the Bliss farm, in Moos from the Herd, featured every week in the Wednesday Fort Frances Times.
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Kim Jo Bliss
Wednesday, Apr 15, 2020
I hope that everyone had a great Easter, despite the different times. I know many of you were missing your family and friends.
If you are all safe and healthy those are the most important things. We must be thankful that most of us live where we can get outside and not be around others.
The first cattle sale of the season for the Rainy River Cattlemen's Association was very successful on Saturday.
We sold 1,338 head (and one horse) for $1,616,042.45 at the sales barn in Stratton.
The first Saturday of October traditionally has been known as the “calf sale” for many years.
This is the Saturday that many cow-calf producers take their calves to market.
On the farm, it is known as “weaning time,” which essentially is when we take the suckling calves away from their mommas.