Sunday, February 7, 2016

The barns of my childhood hold memories for me, nooks and crannies explored endlessly until they had become a part of our landscape.

Now that trilliums and May apples are up, there’s little doubt that spring is here. Time to take the bird feeders down, right? Not...

Continued rain across the Midwest dominates all thinking about marketing these days. There was virtually no progress in planting last week, and will be none expected this week.

If it's possible to be addicted to saving then I've got the bug -- bad. There is just something so satisfying about not spending...

A few weeks ago our two youngest grandchildren, Kaitlin and Titus, stayed overnight at our house. Needless to say it was an exciting evening....

One of my fondest memories happened over 20 years ago when several friends banded together to hunt caribou on the wild, Alaska tundra. It was...

By the time you read this, ruby-throated hummingbirds should be visiting a nectar feeder on your back porch. They're back early again this year. At...

Hello Again!With all the cold, windy, and wet weather we have felt lately it’s hard to believe that April is almost over! Hopefully very...

Questions and issues from families about transferring their farm businesses to the next generation continue to come into my office, with several calls and...

Safely tucked away in my wallet, the clipping is beginning to yellow but it only sees the light of day once in this mesmerizing...
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