The story behind the famous poster
Judith Sutherland shares the story behind "You been farming long?" — the most highly recognized poster of all time.
The tragedy of farm accidents hits home
Farm accidents hit home for rural families.
Children in the 1960s were disciplined
Childhood television shows and values have all changed — significantly.
What it took to build a farm in the 1950s
Renting one farm while buying another, Judith Sutherland's young parents knew that land was a precious commodity. It was worth long days and elbow grease.
Cattle have their own set of laws
A look at some laws regarding cattle from around the United States.
Saying goodbye to good neighbors
How do you say goodbye when good neighbors move?
Longing for the days of live and let live
Judith Sutherland believes, more than ever, "live and let live" has become a necessary mantra.
Tag along with Dr. Pol to see true joy
Is anyone else watching "The Incredible Dr. Pol," televised on National Geographic channels? It's become columnist Judie Sutherland's winter treat.
The tiny dog that stole our hearts
Judith Sutherland remembers her dog, Chantico, following her passing. The tiny Yorkie brought love, spunk and a peculiar personality to the Sutherlands.
Rural people known by nicknames
Nicknames remain a tradition in small town settings, memorializing people over time.