(This post was originally published on the Kansas Beef Council beef blog at http://www.KansasBeefChat.com) I am a morning runner. There are few other things I look forward to like welcoming the sun, seeing our cows and jogging beside our two farm dogs down our dusty dirt roads. My runs help me clear my head, make … Continue reading Power For The Day
It’s 2016 and our farm suddenly became a little more crowded. We welcomed our second son, Owen, on Jan. 5. That means I have more than a few baby pounds to drop and hope to get back into a running regimen by the spring. That goal should be made easier by our two-year-old son, Evan, … Continue reading Energy For The Busy Life
Approximately 60 percent of students on campus are athletes, which means quality food and proper nutrition is essential. Steak is a great component of a healthy, balanced diet providing 10 essential vitamins and minerals - Iron, Choline, Protein, Selenium, Vitamin B6 and B12, Zinc, Phosphorus, Niacin and Riboflavin.
The Sawyer Farm has considerably fewer mouths to feed this Memorial Day weekend as a majority of our cattle have been moved to pasture ground in the state’s gorgeous Flint Hills region. The cattle will spend about five months grazing green grass before returning to our farm in the fall. During their time at … Continue reading Preparation Makes Perfect
Making the transition from town dweller to farm wife had its rough spots. Some of my routines had to change to accommodate my new address, schedule and household duties. But one habit that hasn’t gone to the wayside is my morning running routine. As we celebrate National Running Day today, June 6, I look back … Continue reading National Running Day