The Hitching Post

August 18, 2016 | posted in Uncategorized

Although the “Big House” isn’t a true antebellum home, she was erected over time with careful planning during the 50’s, her pieces and parts were purchased from the antebellum time period. Mrs. Gladys Evans would drive down to New Orleans, up to the Delta and Memphis in the 30’s, 40’s, and 50’s to scavenge around […]

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Crunchy Brown Stubble turns lush in a week!

July 25, 2016 | posted in Uncategorized

This post is an update to the previous post about our Alfalfa farming. We cut our alfalfa on the Thursday after 4th of July. As you can see in the photo, it was crunchy brown stubble. When we were walking in this field, you could feel it crunch beneath your feet. Dust was coming up […]

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Alfalfa in the South?

July 18, 2016 | posted in Uncategorized

Fourth of July weekend, we were riding about the farm and I asked Dad to see the alfalfa field. We turned a corner and past two large cedar trees, there opened up a great hidden hill covered in these soft little green plants with purple stocks. In order to offer our Angus cattle a high […]

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Tanner Black Arrow 5407

June 13, 2016 | posted in Uncategorized

Here is one of our up and coming bulls that will be available for purchase October 29 at our Pasture Performance Angus Bull Sale! He is 17 months old at the time of this photo and a strapping young man for sure! He is a grandson of Sitz Upward and the son of Whitestone Black […]

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No Pivot? Use Flood Irrigation

June 7, 2016 | posted in Uncategorized

As Summer begins and Spring wanes, our once plentiful rains have subsided. We are left with dry ground and a struggling crop of corn.¬†We have had such drought in the past that you would be able to stick your hand into the cracks of the ground. This prarie clay can get seriously dry.   We […]

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December 4, 2015 | posted in Uncategorized


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