Wednesday, December 2, 2020

Have you noticed a trend in the American work force? It seems that everyone I talk to is either being worked to death with...

Those who grew up on a farm often take the wonder of farm life for granted. Columnist Judith Sutherland shares some interesting tidbits about farm wonders in her column this week.
dock

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.
Girl and boy petting calf

Learning while accomplishing big things is a powerful combination that builds self-esteem, as well as awareness beyond one's self.

Has farming ever been more exciting and more nerve-wracking at the same time? I had the opportunity to talk with a life-long farmer who...

Plugging along in this ultra-technologically advanced world of ours sometimes just makes a fellow long for a newly-sharpened yellow pencil with a fresh eraser....

"If you're in the wrong place, the right things don't happen."-- Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, 1942 There are some things we are given absolutely no choice...
goat

Mabel the goat strikes again, surprising and startling everyone on the farm.
English Shepherd, Billy

Judith Sutherland focuses on keeping the faith as she tirelessly searches for her lost English Shepherd male, Billy.

"She would gather the eggs in her apron, studying each one, deciding whether this one was a keeper egg or one she would take...