Daily Farmer October 21, 2012

Fluffin’ and Pickin’
Today the boys have the wonderful pleasure of fluffing peanuts. (Notice the hints of sarcasm!) We fluff peanuts for two reasons. One, it helps them to dry out on the bottom so we can pick them sooner…
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Fluffin’ and Pickin’

Today the boys have the wonderful pleasure of fluffing peanuts. (Notice the hints of sarcasm!) We fluff peanuts for two reasons. One, it helps them to dry out on the bottom so we can pick them sooner rather than later. … Continue reading

Daily Farmer October 20, 2012

Mothers & Childhood Memories Five years ago the lady who modeled strength, persistence, forgiveness and unconditional love left this world. It’s not been quite right since. And in a way it won’t be right ever again…. Read More! Farm Week in Pictures 10/20/2012 If you don’t count 100 acres of double crop soybeans that got hit pretty hard with frost and won’t be ready for a few more weeks, then harvest is over. We finished the last corn field on… Read More! Food Choices, GMOs & Falling Skies The sky is falling. The poisons are widespread and people are dying. When people don’t respond to that the claims get more ridiculous. Now it’s a human rights violation for a company to… Read More! Daily Farmer October 19, 2012 Christmas Cards Since I showed off my stationary the other day, I’ve been asked to create Thank You Cards, Happy Birthday Cards, and Christmas Cards using my images. So, yesterday during the… Read More!

Mothers & Childhood Memories

Five years ago the lady who modeled strength, persistence, forgiveness and unconditional love left this world. It’s not been quite right since. And in a way it won’t be right ever again. A new standard of right perhaps, but never like it was. So why and how it is after someone’s gone we remember the […]

Farm Week in Pictures 10/20/2012

If you don’t count 100 acres of double crop soybeans that got hit pretty hard with frost and won’t be ready for a few more weeks, then harvest is over. We finished the last corn field on Thursday evening just … Continue reading →

Food Choices, GMOs & Falling Skies

The sky is falling. The poisons are widespread and people are dying. When people don’t respond to that the claims get more ridiculous. Now it’s a human rights violation for a company to use GMO grains – yes folks, if you choose to purchase Kellogg’s cereal it’s akin to slavery, torture and other human rights […]