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Farming is family. Rarely have I encountered a group of people who are more motivated, dedicated, innovative and tenacious as farmers. Whether you are tending apples in Orange County or herding sheep in Oregon, we as farmers hold these truths to be self-evident that all farmers will work hard, be good stewards to the land, […]
It’s the time of year when things are evening out for those of us with livestock. We have set the pace and are beginning to settle into our smooth summer stride. Most of the animals are now busy raising their young, chewing their cud, and enlarging their wallows. For the people raising laying hens this […]
My Grandfather had a tradition of keeping every fish that we caught. From the water and into a five gallon bucket we would take them home where me and my cousins would throw them directly into my Grandfather’s garden. Sometimes we would bury the fish, sometimes not. For his part, my Grandfather insisted that each […]