I’m Tough But He’s Tougher

It’s another busy week for the Rush household. Joe is off to Macon for a Cattlemen’s conference for two days. Then on Thursday I am headed to Atlanta to assist with a conference… Continue reading

Real Food Tastes…Really Good

Over the month of December, our 2 and 1/2 year old daughter, Hannah, went through a bout of illness that seemed endless. She started with mild cold symptoms that progressed through what seemed… Continue reading

The Beef Project

Well we have officially ventured out into the direct marketed beef business. I am really excited to offer our homegrown meat for sale. The tricky thing is how to convey to people what… Continue reading


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LINCOLN, Neb. – Lest the nation’s land-grant universities be tempted to rest on their laurels as they celebrate 150 years of their nation-changing tradition, four former U.S.…

An Accurate Look At Beef Cattle Life Cycles

There are still so many misconceptions about how beef cattle are raised in the United States.  On a recent blog post, a nutritionist and wellness coach wrote that “today, most cattle are raised… Continue reading

How Do Farming and 5K’s Fit Together?

Over the weekend I had the opportunity to work with our county Farm Bureau in hosting a 5K run and 1 mile walk.  Farmers and runners may seem strange bedfellows but I have felt since… Continue reading

The Heartbreak of Farming

Farming is hard work.  I suppose that is something that most people understand to be true.  But farming is not only physically hard, it is spiritually hard as well.  While each day is… Continue reading

Wanted: Housewife to Share Household

This past Sunday, our pastor preached on Mark 6:31:  And he said unto them, Come ye yourselves apart into a desert place, and rest a while; for there were many coming and going,… Continue reading

Update on Texas

In my post When A Body Breaks, I wrote about our best working border collie, Texas.  He injured his front leg severely in a kennel accident, peeling back the skin to reveal bone.  The… Continue reading

What We Do At Crestview

At Crestview Angus we raise registered Angus cattle.  We have 180 mama cows that raise calves for us.  We retain several heifers each year to restock our herd.  We also raise bulls and… Continue reading