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A Tale of Two Corns

A Tale of Two Corns

As the warmer temperatures gradually made their way into February, I found myself in my garden, clearing away excess organic material from the previous year. Among my favorite vegetables to grow are sweet corn, cucumbers, tomatoes and pumpkins. Living in a region...

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Living The Life I Love

Living The Life I Love

One comment my husband makes that triggers immediate panic is, “On your way home, can you stop at…”. Despite its apparent simplicity, I have realized over our almost 38 years together that our understanding of geography differs significantly. Whether it is a...

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It’s Calving Season

It’s Calving Season

It's currently calving season on our farm, and many other farmers have either begun or are approaching the start of their own calving seasons! Although it involves hard work, this period is exceptionally rewarding for every cow-calf producer. This is the moment we've...

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Animal Health

Pasture Lambing

Pasture Lambing

By: Susan Littlefield Imagine two different lambing scenarios. In the first scenario, it's dark outside, the wind is blowing, and snow is falling. You have to bundle up for the late-night or early-morning lamb check. You head out the door and remind yourself to grab...

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It’s Calving Season

It’s Calving Season

It's currently calving season on our farm, and many other farmers have either begun or are approaching the start of their own calving seasons! Although it involves hard work, this period is exceptionally rewarding for every cow-calf producer. This is the moment we've...

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Sustainable Ag

“What do I want to do when I grow up?”

“What do I want to do when I grow up?”

By: Anita Keys "What do I want to do when I grow up?" You may think this is a childhood question, but it also applies to many adults who aren't happy in their current positions or between jobs. It could also be something your neighbor, child or grandchildren are...

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A Tale of Two Corns

A Tale of Two Corns

As the warmer temperatures gradually made their way into February, I found myself in my garden, clearing away excess organic material from the previous year. Among my favorite vegetables to grow are sweet corn, cucumbers, tomatoes and pumpkins. Living in a region...

read more
Living The Life I Love

Living The Life I Love

One comment my husband makes that triggers immediate panic is, “On your way home, can you stop at…”. Despite its apparent simplicity, I have realized over our almost 38 years together that our understanding of geography differs significantly. Whether it is a...

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Farming Methods

Spring Is Here

Spring Is Here

By: Morgan Wrich Spring is here and our focus has turned to planting crops! This time of year is a busy one on our farm. The hours spent preparing for another season are finally coming to fruition. Part of preparing for another growing season is deciding what crop...

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A Tale of Two Corns

A Tale of Two Corns

As the warmer temperatures gradually made their way into February, I found myself in my garden, clearing away excess organic material from the previous year. Among my favorite vegetables to grow are sweet corn, cucumbers, tomatoes and pumpkins. Living in a region...

read more