We are so thankful to be able to share our passion of promoting health from the soil up! We are even more grateful that you share in this passion! Over the past couple of years it became evident to us just how important health is! Dr. Neil Rohe from Inspired Chiropractic has had a major role in teaching us that health is function, not just how you “feel” but how well your body functions! His workshops have inspired us to be even more diligent on the quality of food we eat and most importantly produce for you; our loyal customers!
We wanted to take a look back and show you all some of our greatest moments of 2016! We hope you enjoy it!
Thunderstorms on the horizon!
Keep on smiling….!
Blue stem pasture…keep in mind Jordan is 6’4″!
Monarch butterflies LOVE this plant!
This is what happens when you let your kids “play” with their food! I guess his name is Schnoze!
Danielle and Jessica harvesting tomatoes!
Loving our colorful harvest from our heirloom garden!
Only God can create such beauty!
Jessica’s favorite pasture, its loaded with big blue stem, Indian grass, and switchgrass, all of which are native tall grass prairie plants!
Jessica’s talk for the Keep The Hives Alive tour on why we encourage Pollinators!
Pollinator habitat is very important to us!
Good to see butterflies return to our ecosystem!
Great idea…use the bag to marinate your birds!
Watching a water infiltration test with soil samples taken from the ranch!
We had such a great time sharing ranching stories with Greg Judy when he came to speak at the SD Grassland Coalition Conference! It was such an honor to have our ranch featured!
Our chicks sure love grazing! It is amazing how much they eat and how often we need to move them!
The view from our September K Creek Ranch Party! Plan to join us in 2017!
Ground clutter is GREAT for building soil! Our cattle do a great job as they graze!
Beautiful day for our annual cattle drive!
Enjoying a bonfire to end out the K Creek Ranch Party!
What a beautiful place for the annual trail ride!
Lambing is one of the biggest highlights of the year!
It’s good to have friends when your out doing chores!
The construction crew on Jessica’s tiny house!
Farm boys like to get dirty!
King of the woods!
Pesto Seared Fillets! Yum!
Happy cows lounging on a beautiful spring day
We love winter grazing because the cattle are so much healthier being out to pasture than they would be stuck in small feedlots!
Proper land management creates soil rich in organic matter, making it porous and full of biological life!
This was one of the most beautiful storms to watch come in!
We hope you all had a wonderful 2016 as well!! Thanks for sharing a great year with us!
We look forward to another great year and are excited for what the future brings!! Thank you all for supporting our family in our conservation and health efforts; we wouldn’t be able to do this if not for you! Wishing you all a wonderful 2017! God bless!