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Hazard A Guess: Week of Sept. 26, 2002

Thursday, September 26, 2002

Each week Farm and Dairy challenges readers to identify a small tool or gadget.

Getting real with reality television

Thursday, September 26, 2002

Why, oh why, do Americans like watching “reality TV?” Columnist Kym Seabolt wants to know (and to vote off the real network executives).

Philadelphia, city of brotherly love

Thursday, September 26, 2002

Philadelphia was home to much of this country’s early history, as columnist Roy Booth shares this week.

Dairy Channel: Anti-fair person has change of heart

Thursday, September 26, 2002

Not all farm people are “fair people,” but most are, as OSU Extension Dairy Specialist Dianne Shoemaker shares in her column this week, which explores her transition to fair-dom.

Oh, Honey! or The Silhouette Behind the Blind

Thursday, September 26, 2002

Farm and Family Living columnist Laurie Marlatt Steeb writes about her unique bee handling skills, and the joys of honey in this week’s column.

Child’s wisdom brings happiness

Thursday, September 26, 2002

It’s not good to color a turkey pheasant purple, and the wonderful wisdom of a 5-year-old who has entered columnist Judie Sutherland’s life.

Hazard A Guess: Week of Sept. 19, 2002

Thursday, September 19, 2002

Each week Farm and Dairy challenges readers to identify a small tool or gadget.

Parian bisque doll heads captivate

Thursday, September 19, 2002

Antique columnist Roy Booth writes about the admired “parian” antique dolls.

How We Behold

Thursday, September 19, 2002

Farm and Family Living columnist Laurie Marlatt Steeb writes to encourage readers to live in the moment yet remember the past.

America begs you, keep the change

Thursday, September 19, 2002

Columnist Kymberly Foster Seabolt recalls the “New Coke scare” and, with proof from a McDonald’s lawsuit, proves that America doesn’t like change.

Read it Again: Week of Sept. 19, 2002

Thursday, September 19, 2002

Each week Farm and Dairy takes a look at what was making news in years gone by.

Fighting Lyme disease is often like doing battle with unidentified foe

Thursday, September 19, 2002

While columnist Judith Sutherland and her son Cort continue to battle the ups and downs of Lyme disease, her work has helped another patient’s diagnosis.

In same boat: Forage inventory time

Thursday, September 19, 2002

This year’s dry weather has put every dairy or beef farmer in a similar predicament, and most livestock producers are faced with tight, if not outright insufficient forages to feed during the winter period.

Warmers: Eat it while it’s still hot

Thursday, September 12, 2002

You might never think about food warmers as collectibles – in fact, you might never have thought about them at all, until columnist Roy Booth sparked your curiousity with this week’s column.

Hazard A Guess: Week of Sept. 12, 2002

Thursday, September 12, 2002

Each week Farm and Dairy challenges readers to identify a small tool or gadget.

Lessons learned from a tractor

Thursday, September 12, 2002

It was a rusty old tractor, one destined to push columnist Kym Seabolt’s marriage into divorce court until, well, you’ll just have to read her column this week to find out more.

Read it Again: Week of Sept. 12, 2002

Thursday, September 12, 2002

Each week Farm and Dairy takes a look at what was making news in years gone by.

What?! Cashing in on stupidity

Thursday, September 12, 2002

What do you mean “cruise control” won’t steer my Winnebago? Columnist Judith Sutherland shares some lawsuits that you won’t believe! (Or maybe you will.)

Late Night Dates With Daddy

Thursday, September 12, 2002

Little Kathie Steeb, daughter of Farm and Family Living columnist Laurie Marlatt Steeb, discovered a hidden plus to all those late-night theatre practices.

Spritz, spray, wipe: In defense of dirt (and other healthy snacks)

Thursday, September 5, 2002

All those veteran moms who picked up the baby’s pacifier off the floor, wiped it on their pants and popped it back in baby’s mouth knew something after all, says columnist Kymberly Foster Seabolt.

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