This post was originally shared to the Illinois Farm Bureau Young Leader blog. You can find the original post here. Our county’s annual Farm Bureau Foundation Tractor Trek was held on a beautiful day back in mid-June. Each year I find great enjoyment in tagging along and acting as unofficial photographer for the day. I… Continue reading Tractor Drives and Life Lessons
Ok, friends. I love the holidays. And I really love time off of work. But I am so ready to be back on a normal schedule. Christmas and New Year's should not be allowed to fall in the middle of the week. Who else's last two weeks went something like "work a half day, get a… Continue reading Sunday Snaps: January 6, 2019
I feel like I start out every single blog post by saying that I've been failing at blogging. And here we are again. It seems like it's been forever since I've sat down and updated you on anything. I just have a few too many irons in the social media fire. I'm one of those… Continue reading 31 Days of Corn
We have had a very special visitor on the farm for the last two weeks! Flat Aggie, Flat Stanley's cousin, travels all over the United States visiting farms and ranches to learn about agriculture. We had the pleasure of hosting Aggie for a few weeks during farrowing season, so he learned all about the pigs… Continue reading Flat Aggie Came to Visit!
OK so it turns out that I'm not very good at blogging. I have a hard time finding inspiration, and I don't post new content very often. But it is currently farrowing season, and soon it will be show season, so keep your eyes open for more posts coming in the next few months! In… Continue reading A Long Road to the Farm