One positive consequence of pandemic-related school closures for ranching and farming families: more hands to help with daily chores. “We’re starting to calf our heifers right now, and Kagan’s been able to take a night-watch because he doesn’t have to get up for school early the next morning. Jentry’s been feeding a bum calf for us and that just frees Shanon [Kagan and Jentry’s dad] and I up to pay attention to our heifers a little more. It just makes it easier on all of us.”

 

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