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It’s a hot & hazy summer day.  You’re moving equipment from one field to another.  You’re cruising down the Dirt Road, not a care in the world. Then you look up. Through the heat waves and the sweat running in your eyes, you see a glint of steel on the road ahead…(Read More)

Oh gosh.  Now I’m feeling a little guilty for luring you here with a dramatic headline. (Just a little though.  You’re reading, right?)  Sorry, no graphic pictures to share or sordid tale to tell. It’s entirely true though that Dirt Roads can be dangerous….especially to ag producers. Few farms or ranches…(Read More)

It’s easy when you’re driving your favorite Dirt Road to feel like you’re the only person out there.  There’s a certain solitude in it, an anonymity.  It’s part of the draw. And when you’re driving a grain truck, hauling a stock trailer or moving equipment across a Dirt Road…(Read More)

It’s 9:27 on Sunday night.  On Friday, I committed to participating in the 30 Days of Blogging Challenge, specifically, Ag blogging.  I knew some days it would be a challenge.  I knew there would be days I didn’t feel like writing.  Knew there would be days I didn’t have time to…(Read More)

Over the next 30 days, I’ll be posting a blog a day about Dirt Roads and the connection they have to agriculture.  Much of the food you eat starts out on a Dirt Road.  Or at the end of one.  Or is transported on one.  So it seems only appropriate to celebrate the Dirt…(Read More)

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