Well, actually, he's a steer now, but let's not talk about that, OK. Makes me a little, ah-hum, uncomfortable. Anyway, "Chuck" will be living with us for about a year, but we haven't told him what happens after that because we don't want to upset him. He may have an aversion to the freezer but that will be his destination none the less. It's another way that we've discovered to be green and get a great price on beef. This way, we eliminate all the Styrofoam packaging and plastic wrap as well as seriously cut our grocery bill for meat by more than half. We did this two years ago but made a major mistake in calculations when we failed to get a replacement for the last calve that we feed up for slaughter. So, we are out of freezer beef and buying regularly from the grocery store. We won't make that mistake again. I've only just made it in from the barn where we were making Chuck comfortable and getting a place ready for another load of alfalfa hay that we are buying from our next door neighbor. You see, we don't have enough land to raise our own hay crop and carrying livestock as well but our neighbor grows a major crop of hay each year to sell to everyone around here. By buying our hay locally, it's uses less gas to put into the supply chain and we help support someone that we know as a neighbor and friend. It's a pretty good arrangement. Thanks for stopping by. Let's get out there and make a a great day.
"Use it up, wear it out, make it do or do without."