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Living on a farm can lead you to being licked,
playing in the dirt,
having to give animals showers,
and even having a little entertainment of watching the neighbor plant while you swim.
But, at the end of the day, now matter how dirty you are, someone will love you enough to check your head for ticks. And frankly, I think this might be the dirtiest job on the farm. And boy are the ticks bad this year.
Pretty sure I am going to be in trouble for posting this last picture…
A working mom of two very active teenagers. My husband and I gave up running the 80-cow dairy farm that also included a couple of hundred acres of corn and soybeans to both work to support the agricultural industry. We still have about 20 head of dairy heifers and cows to help my kids appreciate the effort it takes to raise livestock. I consider myself a foodie as I love cooking and experimenting with recipes. My family just wishes I would make the same thing twice. Find my other blog, FarmWifeDrinks.com for all things cocktails.