Foothills Farm: A Day in the Life of the American Farmer


Ethan George looks out over the corral, waiting for cow and calf pairs to come up the alley so he can herd them into a 16 foot stock trailer. Pairs will then be transported to a new, more green and lush pasture for grazing. 


A young calf carries the Foothills Farm livestock brand “rafter F” on his right hip.


“B.F. George & Sons” The original family hay barn sits on the George home place still today.  


Craig George, father of Ethan George, administers an eightway shot and fly tag to one of the family’s bulls before he gets turned out to pasture for breeding season. 

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