Happy Spring, everyone!
It’s that time of year. Baby animals are being born all over farms and ranches across the country. Planting will be underway soon. Sludge (better known as “water n’ poo”) is being applied. Spring is in the air.
Spring is an important time for farmers and ranchers, because so much hinges on a successful spring. The amount of product harvested later on directly depends on how this pivotal time unfolds. Whether they raise animals or crops (or both), farmers and ranchers are faced with plenty of tough decisions, tough situations, and tough obstacles each spring. A good spring is vital to a good growing season. Too wet or too dry, too hot or too cold, it all links to the quality and quantity of the good that the farmer or rancher produces.
Spring happens to be one of my favorites times of the year, too.
Most people would have gone with a brighter look for spring. Greens, pinks, lilacs…you know, “springy” colors. I liked this one, though, because of its visual similarity to soil (not to be confused with dirt). Let me know what you think, and be honest!
Thanks, as always, for reading, and thanks for your feedback on the new look. And a big thank you to the farmers and ranchers who are starting their growing seasons. On behalf of people who eat, drive, wear clothing, and live, thank you!