Monday, June 24, 2024
Chris Judd

Be there

Everyone is important. When the clocks changed back an hour to standard time, the farmers were the first to be reminded by their animals that they were an hour late bringing feed, starting the milking and all other farm chores that are always done on time. Even the faithful dog that goes to the barn every morning was worried that you might have died because you were late. In a dairy barn, if the farmer is only a few minutes late . . .

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