In 2020 we are celebrating our 18th year raising the Grand Ol Breed. I often ask myself where has the time gone? The lessons I have learned and the journeys that I have been on because of the cattle have been priceless. As I talk to prospective new breeders, I always stress to have a plan for their… Read More
As I am looking at the website it occurred to me that it has been a year since I have updated it. Where has the time gone? It doesn’t matter how big or small your farm is, there is always something to do. With 2018 winter season wanting to hang in there through the first… Read More
For the first time, Almosta Farm has had a set of healthy twins. Almosta Farm Maggi, daughter of Monopoly had twins. Almosta Farm Milli was born at 68 lbs. Almosta Farm Molli was born at 78 lbs. Here they are enjoying their first lunch.
We are very excited to have 2 consignments for the Heartland Highland Cattle Spring Auction on April 28, 2018 held in Lebanon,MO., at 2:00 pm. If you have any questions about these heifers feel free to contact me : firstname.lastname@example.org.
As I am sitting at my desk catching up on things, I see we are already in the 3rd month in 2018! I am still trying to figure out where 2017 went. Last year was met with many challenges making me stop to ask myself where did the time go. The hardest challenges were… Read More
With months of planning to attend the National Western held in January it quickly comes and goes. The truck, trailer and equipment are washed and put away. It is so much work with long days and short nights, but when you work with fellow “Cow Friends” it creates memories that last the following year and… Read More
With the New Year here, it seems we take time to reflect on the past year. It seems as time goes by and a person works with animals, you are going to come across some challenges. This year was it for Almosta Farm. One of the first things I mention to first time breeders is… Read More
The bulls have been in with the cows since the end of May and it looks like it is going to be a very busy first 3 weeks in March. Now, the bulls can lay under the trees and enjoy the summer. The calves are growing like weeds and looking very nice. For the first… Read More
The weather is finally saying spring is in the air. Here in the Midwest we try not to complain about an abundance of moisture because we all know that the water faucet can be turned off at any time. The sun is out and no wind the past few days, helping the grass grow and… Read More
On the 18th of Jan, the Almosta Gang came into Denver, CO to attend the 2016 National Western Stock Show. There were 16 animals representing 5 farms and what fun we had! Our new “Moo Booth” display attracted many folks to stop by and visit. As a group we had a very successful week, but… Read More