Musician Chat: Ryan “Smitty” Byrne

It’s Country Music month. Regular readers know I love country music, and when Yahoo closed the news pages earlier this year, it left some content that didn’t strictly fit into food, farm, homesteading or writing. Except this blog isn’t JUST about farm or food but life as well and country music is life! And country […]

Wild Flowers in the New Shelter Belt

It is amazing to see what can happen to a seed over the Summer.   This is especially true this year when our Spring was cold and late.Wild Flower seeds were planted between the rows of our new shelter belt by the Aneta Community Orchard …

Wild Flowers in the New Shelter Belt

It is amazing to see what can happen to a seed over the Summer.   This is especially true this year when our Spring was cold and late.Wild Flower seeds were planted between the rows of our new shelter belt by the Aneta Community Orchard …

SlowMoneyFarm Farm Share Changes

From the beginning of the idea, the farm share program was designed not only as a means of raising funds for operation but helping folks get a good deal on food and us a direct market for what we produce. The price point has proven to be problematic for many, and the demand has been […]

Farm Week in Pictures 09/27/2014

Harvest continued this week.  We harvested all the soybeans we found were ready to cut aside from the few acres we had to leave because the ground was just too wet to drive across.  We got into about 40 acres of corn in two different fields before we called it quits Saturday afternoon.  Grain moisture is […]

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