Thomas Enoff spends his free time tending to his farm. A longtime cattle rancher, Enoff is an expert in cattle raising.
For Thomas Enoff, there’s no escape from the hustle and bustle of the office quite like farm life! An exciting thrill all its own, farming and cattle raising are a huge part of Enoff’s life. As a young boy, his family imparted their traditions of farming and cattle raising on his young mind. At an early age, Enoff was capable of tending to the livestock and produce out on the farm — all on his own! Now with the reins in his own hands, he leads his own farm today. The Enoff Farm specializes in cattle raising, from birthing calves to tending to dairy cows — and everything in between! At his farm, When Pigs Fly Farm, Enoff raises and sells Shorthorn Cattle, Meat Goats, Hogs, Chickens and Lionhead Bunnies. In addition to selling animals, Enoff also sells beef, pork and fresh eggs at When Pigs Fly Farm. The Farm is also affiliated with American Shorthorn Association.
What is Cattle Raising?
Thomas Enoff learned the ropes of cattle raising as a primary part of farm life long ago. But it’s not uncommon for someone to ask him what exactly the process entails. Enoff explains that cattle raising, or farming, is different for every cattle rancher. There are many different reasons why someone might raise cattle. Some farmers specialize in calves, others raise cows, bulls and even oxen. While some farmers might keep cattle simply for the appeal of raising the animal, most have an intended purpose. Enoff is yet to decide what he would like to do with his current cattle. For now, he’s giving his calves, sheep and oxen the highest quality of life! He is considering training his bulls for bull riding competitions and raising his female cows for dairy products. At present, the American Shorthorn Association member raises Shorthorn Cattle for meat and goats for dairy; but he intends to expand his farm’s offerings quite soon! He looks forward to sharing this adventure with everyone, possibly in the form of a blog series!