Sunday, July 15, 2018
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In Part Three of Judith Sutherland's four-part series about her parents' early years together, she recalls the guidance they received from valued mentors.
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Judith Sutherland recalls her parents' modest beginnings with respect and fondness.

When Judith Sutherland's dad landed her mom, he nearly blew it all when he told her he couldn't take her to the prom because he had to plant corn.

As agriculture becomes more corporate, farmers and their families lose their connection to the land.

Although we never stop missing lost loved ones, we carry with us all the memories, lessons and values they instilled in us.

Judith Sutherland reflects on the best and hardest parts of being a mom.
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Barn cat Betty White is pretty sure Judith Sutherland couldn't run the farm without her.

Carly Simon's Anticipation came out in 1971 and was worth every penny to Judith Sutherland. She knew the lyrics to every song.

Judith Sutherland remembers her dog, Chantico, following her passing. The tiny Yorkie brought love, spunk and a peculiar personality to the Sutherlands.

Whether farming large or small, so much is out of the farmer's control, buying retail and selling wholesale. It seems mighty unfair so much of the time.
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