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Halloween memories last a lifetime

Thursday, November 4, 2010

“Use it up; wear it out; make it do; do without. Host a harvest party to the harvest moon, use up apples in a bobbing contest for the little ones, serve cider to all. High spirits will carry a community through the hard, lean times.” — Mildred Barrington, 1929 >On the days when I no […]

Horses mean fun for some, work for others

Thursday, October 28, 2010

“Summing up his years he thought of the cowboy. He had been a cowhand for many years and had made many a drive, had driven 3,000 steers from Old Mexico to Montana. He had helped move his herd across the great rivers from the Rio Grande to the Powder River in Montana. The time had […]

Animals make the world a little better

Thursday, October 21, 2010

By JUDITH SUTHERLAND Farm and Dairy Columnist On a beautiful, crisp autumn morning, I decided it was time to get out and walk the farm before heading in to work for the day. The first thing I wanted to do was check on my fainting goats, just recently moved from their pretty little pasture in […]

Life’s wish: family, love and happiness

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

“Candles flickering on a cake, this does not a marriage make.” — Anonymous

October brings bittersweet memories

Thursday, October 7, 2010

“If you want a happy ending, it depends on where you stop your story.” — Orson Welles By JUDITH SUTHERLAND Farm and Dairy Columnist The steel gray skies of autumn have most definitely arrived with the turn of the October calendar. The once-green fields of endless soybeans of early September slowly turned golden, and now […]

This is the real farmer’s daughter

Thursday, September 30, 2010

“I was haulin’ hay, I was feedin’ the hogs and that summer sun had me sweatin’ like a dog. So I cooled off in the creek, then it was back to work in the dad-gum heat. I was cussin’ out loud, thinkin’ bout quittin’. Lookin’ back now I’m sure glad I didn’t. Cause just when […]

Some things haven’t changed since 1913

Thursday, September 16, 2010

“The idea that the chemical analysis of soil gives an accurate showing as to its needs for fertilization has long since been shown by scientists to be far from true.” — from Making Special Crops Pay by Delbert Utter While reading through this little book, which was evidently one of a series in The Practical […]

1913 farmer’s advice still relevant

Thursday, September 9, 2010

“In going over my farm records, I note a large increase in the cost of labor, fertilizers, crate material, horses, wagons and travel expense.” — Delbert Utter, 1912 Among the books in my small but growing library stands a tiny publication titled Making Special Crops Pay by Delbert Utter. Its publication date is 1913, and […]

Past is new again in reprinted book

Thursday, September 2, 2010

“For although he was insatiably a farmer and his father and grandfathers and great-grandfathers had been Owen County farmers, he did not live on his farm. When Walter married Clara in 1903, they began housekeeping in the town and never moved to the farm. That was before rural electricity, furnaces, power mowers, good roads, or […]

Summer goes by quietly at our farm

Thursday, August 26, 2010

There are so few things we can hold on to, no matter how tight our grip. Summer is most definitely passing for another year. I watched from the back pasture as a huge flock of geese gathered overhead, some flying in from the north, another flock joining them from the east. As I walked back […]

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