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Nancy Merrill's Photo a Week Challenge - Green

Fields are now turning green just like this one I pass regularly

Later I’m sure it will offer up more shots like this when hay or grass for silage is being cut. 33 more words


Why do they do that? Wrapping Bales

It is common for farmers to store big round bales outside. Have you ever noticed that some are wrapped in a net or solid plastic? Why do they do that? 391 more words

Something to smell today..

Something to smell today… hope, the one thing to hold on to while on the turbulent journey we call life.. But what does it smell like? 69 more words

Nose Knows Design

Learning about trees - Graham Smith

Although the cows are milking well not all things are going to plan. The submission rate was 85%, close but no cigar. I still have two cows that are reluctant to cycle and as I do not intervene, I will just have to be patient. 641 more words


Rain, rain go away. Come again mid-summer! Brian Frost

It feels like all we talk about each month is the rain, but the reality is it has been extremely detrimental to our farm this year. 574 more words


October Days & Fall Happenings 2017

This is my third time writing this post about our Fall happenings, I am determined to finish it this morning and post it!

This season on the farm is especially busy for Milton with wheat sowing and harvesting three different crops.  275 more words


Perception is Everything

The line of bales looks like the perfect end to a perfect day; and in a lot of ways it is the end of a perfect day. 326 more words