Pasture Camera

Facing south, this camera shows a view of the home pasture out about a 1/4 mile to the ridge.
If screen if frozen, press F5 (or refresh) to reset camera
If screen is dark, its probably nighttime, see you in the morning!

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Jerome Settles Jerome Settles from Hoskins, Nebr wrote on February 22, 2021 at 12:40 pm:
Always enjoy watching you on the ranch.
Deborah L. Lewis Deborah L. Lewis from Eaton wrote on February 22, 2021 at 12:33 pm:
Today here in Ohio its in the 40's....Snow is starting to melt and the mud is coming soon...I lived in Wyoming over 12 years and came back to Ohio to care for my mom 24/7.....Hope you all get some moisture for your hay fields....Being on a farm all my life..I know how it is important.....
Pam Henderson Pam Henderson from Nampa, ID wrote on February 22, 2021 at 11:59 am:
30 in 30! I'm SO excited for calving season and we get 30 in 30! A BIG thank you because I know it's a lot of work (and editing).
John J Poehling John J Poehling from Madison, WI 53711 wrote on February 22, 2021 at 11:51 am:
Wow - Listening to Bill Gates this past weekend on the Sunday shows your cows farting are warming the earth. Does this mean without farting cows you would be at 40 below in the last few weeks instead of only minus 35.. Unfortunately, snow on the ground in Wyoming affects the temperature at my home in Wisconsin. Your pasture cam makes it look really really cold, even though it is near 40 degrees. Spring is coming and new life is coming. All those listening and watching pray for a successful calving season and mothers and babies all make it through strong and healthy. We hope you will have timely rains and lots of sun making a great crop of grass for the livestock this spring and summer. Wouldn't it be great to put up an excess amount of hay for next winter. Buy USA raised Beef and Pork Thank care and thank you
Roger Swigert Roger Swigert from Steubenville wrote on February 22, 2021 at 10:48 am:
Glad to see ya getting some warmer weather out there. Seen ya having some trouble with the hay machine yesterday. Wish we could have been there to help ya but don't think i could get there in time. Your about 20 hrs away. God bless you and the family and take care my friend.
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