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According to Judith Sutherland, you never really knew the strength of a friendship until your friend took a turn in the milking parlor.

Allan Guebert recalls the steady way his father lived and died.

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

Those of us lucky enough to be on farms know there is plenty of entertainment out among the more wild part of the country.

On the southern Illinois dairy farm of Alan Guebert's youth, July was a slow, sweet bridge between spring's hard hustle and fall's quickening step.

Don Harpster lifted Judith Sutherland's spirits back in the 1980s when farmers struggled. Now, at 90, he still knows how to inspire the farmer in all of us.

Let's take a second to appreciate the fact that Ohio has farms that have been in operation by the same family for over 200 years.

Check out Sam Moore's story of a husband and wife swapping roles, and the unexpected outcome.

The love that brought Judith Sutherland's parents to a house with no indoor plumbing took root, and things got better as they found success in farming.

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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