Daily Digest July 13, 2011

  • Daily Farmer July 13, 2011
    Cake, Cake Mix, and Happiness So who doesn’t enjoy cake?Especially if it is your birthdayAnd the cake was made just for you.From first tasteThrough all the birthdays you are given to celebrate,…

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  • Cake, Cake Mix, and Happiness
    So who doesn’t enjoy cake?Especially if it is your birthdayAnd the cake was made just for you.From first tasteThrough all the birthdays you are given to celebrate, a cake makes a person feel…

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  • Who is going to feed the world?
    With a growing population the need for food is becoming more of a serious problem everyday. Who is going to grow all the extra food and on what acres? Time magazine had an article in the June 11th…

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  • Cone Flowers
    Here on the prairie, there’s all kinds of lovely flowers in the spring and the summer. One of my all-time favorites is the Echinacea Flower or “Cone Flower” as it is commonly…

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  • My Husband the Dairyman
    If you follow my blog, you know my husband Lad. In this post, I’ll tell you more about this wonderful man who loves cows, his family and farm life.  Lad was raised on his family’s dairy…

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  • Daily Farmer July 12, 2011
    Grandpa’s Friend She wasn’t much of a cow dog and was scared of horses, but she knew what her purpose in life was. She started out as my wife’s dog, being cute, friendly and….just because. Eager to…

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  • Can You Smell the Roses?
    The weather has turned to Summer in GriggsDakota and the loveliest of things are growing and green everywhere we look.The old rock pile appears to be a planter for a volunteer tree in the…

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  • Grandpa’s Friend
    She wasn’t much of a cow dog and was scared of horses, but she knew what her purpose in life was. She started out as my wife’s dog, being cute, friendly and….just because. Eager to please and be a…

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  • Board Rooms and Tractor Seats
      Like most kids growing up I always loved to dream and talk about what I wanted to be when I grew up.  For me there was never any question, I was going to be a farmer.  I have always…

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  • Small things make a Big difference
    Last June, I was chairman of a Community Service Committee and I was trying to come up with new ideas and activities to do in my community. We have a local thrift store/food bank and I called the…

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