It’s that time again. Time for the annual “How I shall completely revamp my life in the New Year” passel of lies we all pass off as “resolutions.
No matter where each of us is at the end of 2005, when the clock strikes midnight, we shall have moved into a new year.
Forage can provide most of the nutritional requirements of a beef herd during the fall and winter. The challenge becomes the management of supplement due to variations in forage quality and growth.
(Author’s note: The following column was first published the week of Christmas 1994. Now, by tradition, it returns.
Going through the motions of holiday decorating has felt very much like a grand finale to me as I prepare to pack up the contents of this home.
Drifts of snow far higher than the little girl’s head lined the long lane that led uphill to her home.
The title Ag engineer devises simple forage dryer followed by this blood-curdling opening line, “Using items commonly found around the house .
‘Twas the week before Christmas and all through the House nothing was stirring but Rep. Tom “T-Bone” Maxilla.
As Christmas nears, I have had the great joy of looking at this season through the eyes of a Southern friend.
You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you and, more horrifyingly, found underneath your Christmas tree.