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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)

You absolutely can’t talk about farming & Dirt Roads, without talking about the Elevator. [tweetthis]You absolutely can’t talk about farming & Dirt Roads, without talking about the Elevator. [/tweetthis] Go to the edge of town Dirt Road in any small town anywhere in rural America, and you’ll find one.  And it…(Read More)

Today, I continue (finally) my blogging series… 30 Days of Dirt Roads. If you’ve been following along, you know my series got waylaid just a little with some news about my Gram.  I’m happy to report she’s home now, & doing wonderfully.  Consecutive multiple 2 hour long phone conversations with various family…(Read More)

First off, my apologies for missing two installments of 30 Days blogs. I’ll be completely honest though.  The last few days have been difficult. Thursday afternoon I got a phone call telling me my Gram had suffered a massive heart attack and they weren’t sure she’d make it.  There are 18 long…(Read More)

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)

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