Friday, October 30, 2020
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Judith Sutherland shares some of her grandson's make-believe games about life on the farm.

On the day of Judith Sutherland's father's funeral, she and two family friends witnessed a spectacle that really was a testament to her father's values.

Judith Sutherland shares a column from 2007, about the many uses of twine and duct tape on a dairy farm.

Families from Beaver, Butler and Indiana counties were honored for keeping the family farm going for more than 100 years.

Vale Wood Farms is offering the a short course to teach farmers how to process and market their own farm products, just as their family has done since 1933.

Alan Guebert remembers all of his mother's best qualities following her passing on April 22.

It's hard to lump family farms into one neat package. Family farms are small, large and everywhere in between, and their farm business structure can be simple or complicated. More from Editor Susan Crowell.

Judith Sutherland long ago figured out she doesn't have a fainting goat because Mabel refuses to believe she is any kind of goat at all.

It took grit, strength and determination to close the fence on her family farm every day. Little did Judith Sutherland know, it didn't have to be so hard.

There is something about a farm dog that makes us all stop and wonder why a good dog can't live as long as we do.