Jun 6, 2012
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Handwriting on the wall

My husband Jordan and I are the fifth generation to live on the family farm. His great, great grandfather settled the homestead a century ago. Over the years, many of the old buildings have fallen into disrepair and, instead of tearing them down, we’ve decided to fix many of them up. With help from family and friends, we’ve begun the process of restoring the old buildings, one by one. Most recently, we have set our sights on cleaning out the old granary, fixing the walls and putting steel on the roof....More
Jun 4, 2012
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The trouble with too much rain

With over six inches of rain in the past month in many parts of the Upper Midwest, farmers are enduring one of the wettest springs in years. Standing water, washout and hail damage have affected many areas. Some farmers have had to face replanting while others, with standing water, are concerned about the nitrogen that was lost....More

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