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Dairy Goddess Is "Culture-al"- Try This Eastern European Cheese Spread.

One thing I truly love about my business is all of the wonderful people that we get to meet and all of the things that we learn. 298 more words


Articles That Inspires Me # 63

Sometimes we feel like we are trapped in a hole with no way out. Never give up, there is always solution to every problem or situation. 300 more words

Random Thoughts

Newsweek: Death on the Farm

When walking through the airport this weekend, I saw the latest cover of Newsweek and knew I had to pick up the magazine. The cover depicts a decrepit farm with the headline “ 213 more words

Food Literacy

Faith, Family, & Farm

by Jessica Wilcox

It’s been a very interesting Spring on our farm so far! No significant moisture since September 2013, surprises on winter hardiness in our canola, brutal cold in early winter, and now a late freeze has put more than one farmer around here in a bad mood! 398 more words


Young n Fruity

April now and it’s warming up slowly, but still cool enough at nights for some heating. In less than a month’s time we’ll start the long dry season of summer, but for now we have sun, and we have rain – a mixed bunch every couple of days… Certainly it’s good for the trees, excellent for the veggies, and the weeds, well, that’s another story. 35 more words


Delving Deeper -- In the Henhouse

The henhouse. The chicken coop. The roost. What do I know about chickens? Not as much as I thought I did. For instance, I’ve always believed there was a rooster strutting through every barnyard flock of chickens. 490 more words

Delving Deeper