Monthly Archives: January 2008
In the dead of winter, I dream deep dreams of swimming. As the thermometer sits precisely on zero this morning on our farm, I just awoke from a blissful night of dreaming, snuggled down in my cozy warm bed, topped with a down comforter.
Be it bird hunting in Minnesota or vote hunting on Capitol Hill, House Agriculture Committee Chairman Collin Peterson is seen as a straight shooter of both pheasants and fools.
Regardless of the size of your dairy farm, if there are family members involved - directly or indirectly - with the business, it is important to conduct regular family business meetings.
When I first did the math concerning Super Bowl history I was confused. I learned that the first championship game between the NFL and the AFL was played in 1967.
"I'm not going to vacuum until Sears makes one you can ride on." - Roseanne Barr
Just think: Spring, by the calendar, is only three months hence. And isn't it sweet to have those few extra minutes of daylight each day, even though the vernal equinox still slumbers? Meanwhile, we must all endure Old Man Winter's wrath along with trying to keep warm, keep the pipes from freezing and despite having had the fireplace chimney relined several years ago, I still can't summon the courage to light a fire.
REYNOLDSBURG, Ohio - The economy of Ohio depends on the $93.7 billion industry of agriculture with its employment of hundreds of thousands of workers.
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Bt could stand for "big trouble" in the years ahead if farmers aren't careful in their use of biotech corn, said a
WEST MIDDLESEX, Pa. - Ron Hammond, the "go-to guy" on gray garden slugs in Ohio and Pennsylvania, gave his annual dose of slug control therapy at the Tri-State Conservation Tillage Conference Jan.
WASHINGTON - The U.S. Senate confirmed former North Dakota Gov. Ed Schafer as the country's next secretary of agriculture Jan.