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As a person who was raised to love God and family, in that order, I especially cherish Christmas time. Do you remember as a kid searching for where your parents might have hidden your gifts? Oh, I do! My brothers and I waited for the day we knew our parents had a tax appointment and wouldn’t be home when we got off the bus from school. Yes – we thought we were pretty much the next closest thing to Magnum P.I. (only those from the 80′s are going to get that one) in solving our own little mysteries!
When she responded with a resounding, “NO”, I looked at her and said: “Sweetheart, your last name is Burkholder. Burkholders are involved and we participate. You can make the decision as to which sport you would like to do, but you are going to contribute to one of the teams.
It is flu season and you give your children a flu shot or you make sure you get a flu shot so you don’t get sick. We (as livestock care givers) care enough for our livestock that we vaccinate them so they too stay well. Cattle vaccinations are just as important as human vaccinations, and having a good plan or protocol regarding the timing and type of vaccination is incredibly important for the health and well-being of your calves. I work closely with my veterinarian to ensure that we have the best vaccination protocol for each set of cattle that arrives at the feed yard.