As was the case for many folks throughout the country, spring arrived early at Oxbow. One look around outside throughout March showed signs everywhere – buds on the trees, grass turning green overnight, the general feeling of an early rebirth. Spring is breathtaking enough when it’s on schedule. As it turns out, an unexpected, early spring is even more awe inspiring.
Spring is especially meaningful when your livelihood is defined by nature. Everything we do at Oxbow centers around a pure product of nature - hay. While men may be responsible for farming hay, it’s Mother Nature who guides it along the way.
An early spring means that the hay fields around Oxbow have sprung to life earlier this year - already they’re growing, thriving, working to be their best. If you ask me, it’s hard not to feel inspired to do the same.