Month: March 2012

Daily Farmer March 31, 2012

Opening One Mind at a Time Last Spring Matt and I had the opportunity to travel to Tampa, Florida to attend the Commodity Classic with the American Soybean Association. We were really excited because we were going to spend a……

Daily Farmer March 30, 2012

My Office View Yesterday was all kinds of fun. I started my morning by walking into the 60 acre saddle horse trap and catching my horse in that large trap. I wanted to see if I could do it. Gump…

Daily Farmer March 29, 2012

Why Do Good Times Make Old Farmers Nervous? Farming has taken an upturn in recent years. So why are the old farmers so nervous? There have been boom times before. In the late teens and early 1920’s, there were years…

Daily Farmer March 28, 2012

Spring Beginnings With baby bunnies being born, it’s a spring event but also goes year round here. Spring is in full swing here, with tomatoes and pepper seedlings growing. Today we started another tray of… Read More! Dairy Herd Size…

Daily Farmer March 27, 2012

Little People, Community & Food Twilight Zones For those “classic” readers (I dislike the reference of older readers, and if cars are classic at 40 shouldn’t we be?!) – many remember the old episodes of the Twilight Zone…. Read More!…

Daily Farmer March 26, 2012

The Lonely Tom Eyes and cameras can play tricks. This is not a smoking street light.It is a windblown vapor trail on a warm March evening which tricked me in feeling like Summer. There is a lonely Turkey… Read More! Finding…

Daily Farmer March 25, 2012

Maple Syrup Making 2012 Maple Syrup Season is something we always look forward to every year around the farm. The steam coming off the evaporating sap smells so so good! Its my favorite. This year was a good year for……

Daily Farmer March 24, 2012

Cornish Chickens A look at the dark Cornish.   Read More! ‘BOTW’: Easy Cheeseburger Mini Pies Betty is quickly becoming a good friend in my household….Betty Crocker seems to draw me in with her easy, kid friendly and tasty recipes. …

Daily Farmer March 23, 2012

On Your Mark, Get Set The tractor stays parked in the yard. But the drill wants to get going. The field dirt will polish the rusty spots and the Concord Air-Till Drill will feel like new.  It’s almost… Read More! Busy Weeks &…

Daily Farmer March 22, 2012

Wordless Wednesday – Spring Seedlings Read More! Wordless Wednesday Filed under: Pictures Tagged: Pictures, wordless wednesday Read More! Prairie Chickens This morning, as I was getting ready for my day, I got a text from the Cowboy telling me that…