August 2016 - Larimer County Fair 4-H Dairy Show
Covenant Farms is proud to be a sponsor the Lease A Dairy program in Larimer County. We have 3 members of the Bits N Pieces 4-H Club show off our wonderful Mini Jerseys. This year we were also able to show off our new Mobile Milker to guests of the fair.
We are proud to say that we have a Champion Novelty Breed Dairy Cow with Daisy Mae, Champion Novelty Breed Dairy Heifer with Dulce & Champion Other Breeds Dairy Heifer with Autumn.
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City officials to host dairy cattle to graze in Josephine Jones Natural Area - December 12, 2017 Greeley Tribune
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May 2017 - Little American Royal Livestock Show
This year Covenant Farms brought three of its best Mini Jersey's to the Livestock show. Our Lease A Dairy members showed Sweet Pea, Daisy and Breeze in the showmanship class.
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January 2015 - Covenant Farms Cattle welcomes the
Bits-N-Pieces 4-H Club
The Bits-N-Pieces Club of Ft. Collins came out for a hands-on tour of the farm recently. About 20 members of the club, along with parents and siblings, were introduced to how a homestead farm operates, the different philosophies of organic animal care and small dairy miking versus larger commercial dairies, what CSA shares are and how they work, and how we use rotational grazing for the pasture and animal health.
The kids got a chance to try hand-milking the cows and were introduced to the mini-herd. They also hunted for eggs in the nest boxes and chicken yard.
We were thrilled to have the kids here and invite them back anytime!