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Another year has passed on the farm, and as the old year passes by, it leaves changes much like a glacier grinding and pushing its way to the [..]
I set out to plant five different types of beans in the garden this year, after having a successfull year with Ying Yang beans in 2010. I’ve also [..]
I had to share this picture of our Labor Day weekend harvest.
I’ve finally gotten my first cool Broccoli and Cauliflower that I’ve grown from seed this year. I usually don’t like broccoli, but I did enjoy the few small [..]
Along with the Brush Hog, and Finish Mower, the Tractor has another attachment that I thought was kinda useless. The attachment looks like a straight piece of metal [..]
I’m feeling kinda reserved at the moment, but I thought I would share some photos of the Tomato Patch, and some of my sporadic harvests.
I finally took the plunge and set up a Facebook page for my blog. I’m hoping it will increase my traffic as friends with common interests in gardens, [..]
I’ve finally completed my first book, which has a great deal in common with this blog. It’s a 76 page full color journal about my beginning years as a farmer. You can [..]
I’ve just made a new button for anyone wishing to link to this blog. Here is the code to embed the icon and link on your site: <center><a [..]
Over the weekend, Rob gave me a 10 minute lesson in how the tractor works. He showed me where the brakes and clutch were, and how to shift this [..]