Ronda Rousey Gives Exciting Update on Her and Husband Travis Browne’s Amazing Farm in New Video

by Keeli Parkey
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It appears that former UFC and WWE star Ronda Rousey is loving life these days. And, who can blame her? She and her husband, Travis Browne, are living and working on an amazing farm.

They are surrounded by animals on their Riverside, California, ranch known as Browsey Acres. They are working to make the 2.4-acre property 100 percent sustainable. And to make things even better, they are expecting a child together.

Luckily for her fans, Ronda Rousey hasn’t been shy in sharing details about their farm and lives on social media. She was back on Instagram on Saturday (June 5) to share another interesting update about her Browsey Acres farm.

Ronda Rousey Puts a Few of Her Beautiful Cows on Display In Lastest Instagram Post

In the more than 2-minute long video she shared on Instagram, Ronda Rousey shows off a few of her beautiful cows. She is taking with them and encouraging the animals to “check out the pasture.”

“Go on, Bonsai. Go on,” Rousey said as she attempts to herd the cow through an open gate in the fence. “Come on. Go check it out. Go look behind you, I opened the cage. … Bonsai, don’t play this game with me. I just want you to go see the green grass.”

Even though the cow doesn’t immediately do what she wants it to, it’s clear from the tone of Rousey’s voice and her laughter that she is enjoying life on the farm. And who can blame her? Based on the video she shared on Saturday, it looks like Browsey Acres is a little slice of heaven located in Southern California.

Accompanying the video, Ronda Rousey shared this caption: “(Travis Browne) has been working on growing a grass pasture the last few weeks – it’s got a long way to go but it’s finally starting to come in. We wanna expose our animals to the new feed slowly, so this was their first time getting to graze on it for a short period. I tried my to best to herd Myrtle in – but she’s not afraid of me in the least and I eventually gave up and had to push Bonsai and Porter out (apparently I’m scarier when swinging a bucket) without Myrtle getting to taste the new grass – maybe next time girl! Follow @browseyacres learn along with us how to recover bare soil and grow a small pasture in urban SoCal.”

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