What does “grass-fed” mean in the winter? The energy of the summer sun has been captured by grass and clover and harvested as baleage for winter sustenance. The cattle eat the hay outside and come back to the hoop barn several times a day for water from the frost-free stock tank inside. If it’s really cold or windy, they will sleep in the hoop barn. But otherwise, they will sleep outside under the junipers. We admire their hardiness and how amazingly healthy they are.
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