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To love and to cherish, even in manure

Thursday, February 14, 2013

“Romance is not dead, it just looks different on our farm.”
— Mae E. Smithhisler, 1900

Love is what made the world what it is

Thursday, January 31, 2013

“Walking, I am listening to a deeper way. Suddenly, all my ancestors are behind me. Be still, they say. Watch and listen. You are the result of the love of thousands.”— Linda Hogan, born 1947, Native American writer Years ago, I met a man whose ancestry was often mentioned in general conversation. Each story, interesting […]

Embrace winter and the gift of time

Thursday, January 24, 2013

By JUDITH SUTHERLAND Farm and Dairy columnist Once again, we find ourselves in the dead of winter, and for far too many of us, this is also the sick season. Tips for life Reaching for a tea bag to help soothe my sore throat on this chilly morning, I found The Wisdom Of Daily Life […]

Early doctor’s description of surgeries seems hard for us to believe today

Thursday, January 17, 2013

(Part III of a series) Part 1- The strong survive and succeed  Part 2- The ‘doctors of old’ started as farm children from simple backgrounds The writings of Dr. Arthur E. Hertzler, a Kansas farm boy turned country physician who earned his living by making house calls in the early 1900s, provide a remarkable glimpse […]

The ‘doctors of old’ started as farm children, from simple backgrounds

Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Part II of a series “The old country doctor was a man of few words because there were no words.” >– Dr. Arthur E. Hertzler, The Horse and Buggy Doctor, copyright 1938 It has been said that the best doctors of the olden days had started out as farm children. One quote from Dr. Arthur […]

The strong survive and succeed

Friday, January 4, 2013

“Anyone who reaches the heights of his ambition never had an ambition.” – Arthur Hertzler, M.D., 1938 Part I The advancement of a civilization can be chronicled through personal stories of the study of medicine. For those among us who feel our current day may be tough sledding, a simple reminder of grittier days can […]

The best gift can’t be unwrapped

Thursday, December 20, 2012

“It is a miracle if you can find true friends, and it is a miracle if you have enough food to eat, and it is a miracle if you get to spend your days and evenings doing whatever it is you like to do, and the holiday season — like all other seasons — is […]

Snowy weather means more in youth

Thursday, December 13, 2012

“Are the days of winter sunshine just as sad for you, too? When it is misty, in the evenings, and I am out walking by myself, it seems to me that the rain is falling through my heart and causing it to crumble into ruins.” — Gustave Flaubert   The wintery months of cold and gray […]

There’s never a ‘good time’ to open your farm to visitors, but you should

Thursday, November 29, 2012

“There is an ever-increasing number of people, but the amount of land does not increase, therefore the amount of land per capita decreases, and one farm should offer both ownership and visitorship. Everyone needs — in fact, must have — occasional reacquaintance with the land.”   — Rachel Peden, “The Land, The People” In 1966, when […]

We take our blessings for granted

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

It goes without saying that some things have been such a simple little part of our life that each is not even recognized as the gifts that they are.

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