Category Archives: farm family

#WorldSoilDay

Healthy soil = Healthy food. In this photo you can see different land used in different ways. This field was taken out of the Conservation Reserve Program and is now in a rotation of spring wheat, … Source: #WorldSoilDay

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Unexpected #snowday

We trailed cows home this morning as it snowed and the wind began to blow. #SouthDakotawinter can be long and brutal. We brought these cows closer to home where we can give them hay and we don’t have to #plowsnow … Continue reading

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#WorldSoilDay

Healthy soil = Healthy food. In this photo you can see different land used in different ways. This field was taken out of the Conservation Reserve Program and is now in a rotation of spring wheat, winter wheat, corn and … Continue reading

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#Super Moon Harvesting 2016

2016 harvest wrapping up. Thanks to all US Veterans for your sacrifice and our freedom.

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A lot like Christmas

These boys are seeing their first snow. Well at least their first since April when they were babies. It tallied up to about 4 inches to start off our December looking “a lot like Christmas”.

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We Could Not Agree More

I love it when you hear an expert say things you have believed for a long time. Weather it’s  an urban person talking about food or the technology we use to grow food in an accurate way or a professor … Continue reading

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Going Harvesting

This morning the 4 year old said, “I’m going farming with Dad.” Hope these two and the crew can finish up the pea and winter wheat harvesting today. Winter wheat harvest usually happens in July here. We didn’t start until … Continue reading

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