Routines can be so difficult to begin. Jack Lalanne reminded me of that. He remained a remarkable example of consistency. Nothing flashy, nothing press worthy, just working to maintain physical integrity right up until the moment of his death. At 96 no less.
That must be my approach here. To reflect, criticize, comment and report on everything relative to the farm, our cattle and philosophy. I must admit that it didn't take much to start here this morning and I suspect it wouldn't take much most of the 330+ days left in this year and in years to come.
So here's to Jack, breaking new ground, but essentially doing what we all can and should do. To all of my readers to be, this is where I begin anew. Here's to farming that holistic, scalable and downright healthy for all involved.