Paprika Beef Cubes:
1 large onion, chopped
2 tablespoons butter
2 pounds kettle beef
1 green pepper chopped
1 tomato chopped ½cup water 1 tablespoon paprika
Salt to taste Saute onion lightly in butter in Dutch oven for about 5 minutes. Brown meat in same pan over medium heat;stir in remaining ingredients. Cover and simmer for 1½ to 2 hours or until the beef is tender. Alternatively,slow cook in the…
paprika beef recipe
Living on a farm has afforded our six kids ample opportunity to participate in raising animals. It is a chore and a pleasure I would love to give to each child whether from a farm or the city.
The life lessons to be learned are important as a kid takes on the full responsibility of a creature being totally dependent on him or her.We have rehabilitated wildlife, always maintained a…
Kids and Calves Go Together
We had dinner with our dear neighbor.Adrian is our neighbor who adjoins us on the west.Over the years he has become part of our family.The cause of the celebration was his eigty-third birthday. However, he explains that he is going to start over at 80 and go backwards. Adrian’s roots in the small area known as Poynor, Missouri run long and deep.In fact he was born and grew up on…
Our Farm Neighbor Adrian
In 1990,the US government defined sustainable agriculture as an integrated system of plant and animal production practices having a site-specific application that will, over the long term, satisfy human food and fiber needs; enhance environmental quality and the natural resource base upon which the agricultural economy depends; make the most efficient use of nonrenewable resources and on-farm resources and integrate, where appropriate, natural biological cycles and controls; sustain the economic…
sustainable farm
There are places in the world to which we return in body or spirit whenever we need rest, renewal and enlightenment. It is there that we are able to set down our burdens and find rest; it is there that we can drink deeply from a fountain of strength, and it is there that I personally can hear and see God more clearly. My touchstone is a wild and rugged…
A Family Farm Touchstone

Category: Life on Our Grass Farm


Every spring we are privileged to experience the unique joy of calving season.I say privileged because I do not know of any greater rejuvenation of soul and spirit than seeing a newborn calf lying on the pasture and its mother doling out affection as she licks it clean.  Seeing a calf rise for the first time on wobbly legs and instinctively find its way to that first vital meal of…
colostrum grass fed beef
We always keep a couple of milk cows on the farm.These are usually Jersey since I guess that is my favorite breed. our milk cows are more or less like pets and of course have special names.Over the years we have had Elsie,Sour Cream,Jasmine,and currently have Buttermilk.Buttermilk calved yesterday and it is always a special treat when one of these cows becomes fresh. First of all Jersey milk is especially…

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