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February 2020

Posted by Rachel Linquist on

In certain parts of the Northern Hemisphere, February is usually considered the last month of Winter. Really? Where?? Too bad it's not true for THIS part of the world! We've had snow in MAY before... We're ALL ready for Spring about now! Snow has been on the ground for the better part of the last few months, but at least it's kept the bugs at bay! Hey, there's GOT to be a silver lining somewhere, right? Another positive is that the scenery is BEAUTIFUL this time of year! February is a very important month for us here at DH Longhorn...

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January 2020

Posted by Rachel Linquist on

We'd like to take a minute to wish each and every one of our customers and friends a Happy New Year! We pray the start to this year has been a great one for you. We have already had quite a bit of snow and cold (as seen in the first video), but the sun is shining again and our cows are once more happy! We have a lot to be thankful for in the upcoming new year here at DH Longhorn. We have healthy calves (which, one can be seen goofing off in the second video), we have good...

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December 2019

Posted by Rachel Linquist on

Merry Christmas From DH Longhorn! I can't believe I'm typing those words already! Where, WHERE did 2019 go?! With all the crazy weather this year and, well, life in general, it's been a busy year for us out here on the ranch. We've already had quite a bit of snow fall already this Fall, and on the rare days we see the sun, we definitely rejoice! So do the cattle....I think they get just as excited as us! We've got a lot going on this month. Most importantly, we are having an Open House/Ribbon Cutting at the Twin Creeks GNC...

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November 2019

Posted by Rachel Linquist on

Ahhh, the changing of the seasons. I always look forward to the subtle hints that Summer is fading and Fall is heading our way. The green leaves, slowly slipping into various shades of yellow and red, or the vibrant green grass, slowly reverting to its earlier shades of brown with the first frost of the season. Sounds lovely, right? Well, not exactly.... what we got instead was a swift and abrupt gut punch from the cold fist of Winter!

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