WHO is a Farmer ??                                               4-5-2020


              OF INTEREST TO RESIDENTS OF NEW LEBANON

This virus has changed every life on Earth in one way or another. My hope is, that ultimately, it will change much forever. I hope that it will open minds and eyes to Truth, that it will motivate us all to DO more and BE more, and to defend and preserve all that is GOOD. We need to be more grateful and more giving, and to call out sin and crime. Society needs a morality bath with a very stiff brush. Government needs to be brought back into line, schools reined-in, law enforcement reminded of their Oath and whom they serve. Activist Judges must be removed and replaced by Constitutional Judges, and Patriotism and Faith restored.
I am one of millions of people who are hated and threatened for calling-out sin and illegal activities. There are lots of times that I consider just quitting, simply spending my time on my other responsibilities and hobbies I enjoy. I get my mind all made up, and then God says, "You aren't done yet ".

So here we go again. Obedience to God isn't easy, but it is always right. There is a photo posted below that should sicken you. It is a picture of 3 cows in a barn. One adult, one yearling, and one newborn calf. All three are dead, and had been for at least a week before the photo was taken. The immediate neighborhood smelled so bad, that people started to investigate, and that is how this mess was discovered and ended up being photographed. Then the photo was sent to me with a full report of the circumstances from disgusted neighbors.

Having seen numerous dead cows frozen to the ground all of the Winter of 2018, they are fed-up and taking action. The most shocking part of this, is that the owner of these poor animals holds an important title in the Town of New Lebanon. Does that concern you? It SHOULD. Do you think this person should continue in such a position, or be allowed to keep animals at ALL? Think about it.



  (This self-proclaimed Farmer took a shot at my husband one day and told him that he wasn't a Farmer, he was just a "Farm Hand". He was born on a dairy farm to a Dairy Farmer, worked the farm his entire childhood and teens, was a bull transporter for rodeos, and was Farm Manager for his niece and her husband for decades, and still IS. He and I still own and breed cattle.  Feel free to drive by the former Larry Benson Farm and take a look at them. Strong, healthy, well-fed, happy, and very much ALIVE. )


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