I just started reading the recently released book “The Now Revolution” by Jay Baer and Amber Naslund. One of the biggest things to hit me so far is the focus on how customers can use social interactions to get the sense of the “culture” of a business and gain insight into the values a company … Continue reading »
Here is the third item for National Ag Week. Enter your guess in the comments on our Blog and I will post the answer tomorrow sometime. For a bonus, see if you can name the attachment on the front of the machine and what crop or crops it is used fo…
In celebration of National Ag Week I am asking you all to explain what piece of equipment is in the picture. Today is National Ag Day. The county where we live in Nebraska mirrors our state in that Animal agriculture is our largest industry. It is responsible for 1 out of every 3 jobs in […]
Alright, here is the first piece of equipment for National Agriculture Week. Comment on this post with your guess as to what this is. I will approve all posts tommorrow sometime, so you will not see your comment or anyone else’s until then. As you can see, we got a nice little snowfall last night […]
This week is National Agriculture Week. Tuesday of this week is National Ag Day. In celebration of this week, I will be posting pictures of equipment on our farm, both historic, and modern. Please enter a guess as to what it is as a comment on our blog. I will approve all of the posts […]
As I took a look out this morning at the sun shining on the fields I remembered that I took a look at the calendar yesterday to see what was going on and came to the realization that we are just about 4-5 weeks away from the time we will be putting our first corn […]
Here is a quick update about dairies in California’s Central valley and their progress with environmental regulations Dairy Cares Report February 2011 www.dairycares.com Myths vs. facts: Much progress made in dairy water quality protection efforts It is an indisputable fact that in the past four years, California dairy families have invested more than $150 … Continue reading »
Corn ethanol is a bad idea! There isn’t one single benefit to growing corn then burning it in a car. Our country has really lost touch with what is important….