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In light of our near miss with a bale fire caused by a lightening strike close to one of our wheat fields last night, I thought today would be a great time to put this post together! Can I just say, I have NEVER, appreciated Farmer Farver & his aversion to, fascination with, and preparation…(Read More)

If you’ve never been to a small town County Fair, it’s hard to explain the atmosphere.  Hard to put into words the anticipation and sense of communty it brings.  I think Chris LeDoux says it well though: “Well, there’s a full moon in the western sky And there’s magic in the…(Read More)

Last week, I forgot one of the cardinal rules I’ve made for myself–never leave the house unprepared. Farmer Farver said he needed my help getting the irrigation started.  “It will only take a minute”, he said.  I know better.  ‘Only a minute’ quite frequently turns into ‘several hours later’ and a huge project…(Read More)

It’s haying time on the Montana Hi-Line.  And that means lots of hours cutting the hay and lots of early mornings & late nights bailing it up. (We put ours up in big round bales– but you’ll see big squares, & even a few small squares around still sometimes) For the hay…(Read More)

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