Cold, snowy winters are tough enough for those of us who live in.town. They’re vastly more difficult for people who raise livestock.
I speak from personal knowledge, from my days as a farm kid on a beef cow-calf operation in central North Dakota. I remember feeding cattle on bitterly cold days, the wind whipping through multiple layers of clothes. I remember worrying whether huge snowdrifts would prevent us from even reaching the cattle. I remember how exhausting it is to fight the snow and cold.
Yeah, I know. Trudging through the cold and snow to the parking lot to start our cars is no fun. I complain about it, too. Just remember that livestock producers have it far worse.