Gypsies On Parade
Volume 11 - Number 3
|Mark Miller is making his move beyond the spotlights and into the cattle business. Dirt Road Farms cane in existence with the purchase of their first cow, TRM Miss tomorrow 0144, at Dixieland Delight X. in May of 1993. In a relatively short period of time Dirt Road Farms has learned a great deal and made a lot of progress. One of the goals for Dirt Road Farms is to develop their own identity in the Polled Hereford industry through a selective breeding program.|
Preforms For Cattle Sale Attendees
The very first Dirt Road farms cattle sale was held October 4th in Frankin, Tennessee. After the sale everyone was treated to dinner and a concert by Sawyer Brown Mark and his brother Frank are co-owners of the family-run cattle operation. The sale will become an annual event.
The main part of the new cattle barn is fully equipped with pluming, electricity, heating and cooling. Next summer construction will resume in order to finish a second story apartment. Long term plans include using the building as a indoor facility for a summer youth camp. There are also tentative plans to host the 1997 Sawyer Brown Fan Club Breakfast at the new barn...more details to come.
When Dirt Road Farms first entered the cattle business in 1993, they purchased livestock from the Tennessee River Ranch owned by Randy Owen of Alabama fame.
A Country Music Christmas
A Country Music Christmas is one of the most heartwarming of all possible Christmas gifts on the market, a testament to the heart and soul of country music's greatest. The authors of a Country Music Christmas interviewed 30 of today's biggest stars, who share their remembrances and favorite holiday recipes. Some are lighthearted, some are sad, but all are touching. All stories are illustrated by hand tinted photos, making it an exquisite and unusual gift. One of the participants in this project was Sawyer Brown's very own Mark Miller. Mark shares several of his childhood memories of Christmas including one story about he and his brother Frank saved up to buy their mom some hippie clothes!
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