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Update:  Our winner in the Dot’s Homestyle Pretzels giveaway is… Gregg Murphy.  Congratulations, Gregg!  Thanks for reading/listening & leaving a comment on the post.  Welcome back to ‘Where Does My Food Come From?’ The part blog/part podcast series where we meet, and get to know Farmers from all across the Nation.  We…(Read More)

I’m pretty sure I mentioned a ’10 Things To Love About Agriculture’ post to celebrate National Ag Day today, but it’s going to have to wait. I have a better idea. It came to me last night during the #agchat Tweet Chat when the topic turned to ag marketing & education. The overwhelming…(Read More)

Last Sunday, the Farmer said it was time to do some Spring road maintenance. Notice he didn’t say he’d decided, or it looked like a good day for it. It was time. You see, when the temperatures start to warm up and the snow & ice start to melt, the water on the…(Read More)

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Earlier today, I made a trip downstairs (which is really just a 4′ crawlspace full of all the junk we don’t know where to store upstairs), to check on the water pump. It was making sick sounds, & when I tried running some water, I found just a trickle coming from the faucet. You…(Read More)

Yesterday in the 30 Days of Dirt Roads series, I wrote about grain elevators, and the way they’re tied to food production and Dirt Roads. Today, we’re talking about bin sites. To make sure we’re all on the same page:  grain elevators are owned by grain marketing companies.  Farmers deliver their crops…(Read More)

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