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Judith Sutherland had a modest childhood on the farm, but she'll never forget the day her father's tax accountant told him he was worth a million dollars.

Nothing good ever comes from boredom — something most farm kids don't experience. Self-discipline is built into daily chores, the more demanding the better.

Judith Sutherland grew up on a family farm in the 1960s and '70s. Learn why she believes it was one of the last best times and places to have been a kid.

In the Guebert household, Thanksgiving was reserved for family, feasting, and loud, laughter-filled Pinochle games.

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.

There was the feeling of carrying the torch for the people who came before us, farming the land with a nod of respect to its history.

Alan Guebert recalls mid-September mornings on his father's dairy farm.

Here are six ways to help family farm teams make effective decisions that will benefit the long-term goals of the farm.
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