Thursday, May 26, 2016

The column a few weeks ago brought several responses about the fun experiences folks have had while towing or being towed on tractors. Here are two (somewhat edited for space) that I enjoyed.

It will soon be two years ago that my husband was injured in a car accident when a woman ran a stop sign and turned his full-size truck completely around in the road, fracturing a vertebrae in his mid-back.

So the good news is I won't die today. Probably. I have been sick for three weeks. Nothing too serious, just a run of...

Are we forgetting to express our appreciation to each other in this new day of self service and automation?

A proposal has been made to make revisions in the Fair Labor Standards Act as it relates to the employment of minors on farms....

The future of food production will include a "mosaic of different farming systems," as one agronomist recently put it. But the systems still have to be sustainable -- and that means economically sustainable, too.

December corn futures have now dropped exactly $2 from the 7.77 Aug. 30 high. The good news is that we may have finally put a bottom in.

Each day we wander the Vermont woods for an hour or two. I love the leave-taking, the sound of the goats' bells. Herding is...

I was in my house on a quiet Friday night when a dead-ringer for Larry the Cable Guy of stand-up comedy fame came roaring...

Infected fescue is insect, disease and drought resistant. It is also a nitrogen scavenger. This gives it an advantage over other forages, especially on poor soils.
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