October 19th - Today was another day on the mend although I felt pretty crummy this morning. I spent a majority of the day trying to feel better, but still found time to sort through some Beginning Farmer Loan information. Michael M stopped in to check on my and I was able to watch my favorite movie of all time…..Lonesome Dove.
October 20th – Melissa and I were out of the house early headed to Creighton for a check up with the Neurologist today.…Continue
Hey, I worked up a fun slideshow of some harvest photos from the network here. Take a look and keep the photos coming. It's always nice to see what's going on out on the land.
The slideshow is here.
Added by Justin Davey on October 21, 2011 at 2:53pm — No Comments
March 2011 – October 18, 2011
I have several months of updating to do with my weekly/bi-weekly blog. When I began farming full time around the first of the year, I thought it would allow me to keep up a journal more easily because I thought I would have more free time. I always enjoy reading bits and pieces of my ancestors’ daily journals, and I wanted to start my own. Needless to say, planting and calving rolled around at the same time (as they do every year), and I…Continue
Added by Brian Dudhill on October 11, 2011 at 9:54pm — No Comments
Been a busy fall. Senior year actually isn't the easiest part of your schooling career I've found. It's nuts! Tomorrow, I leave home about an hour before the sun wakes up to go visit a junior college in Sterling. Colleges from several parts of the country have been calling, trying to get a commitment from me. I have solidly set out on the Veterinary path, and hope that in hindsight it's a wise decision. Livestock judging is really taking me places, and not just to college. In one week, I'll…Continue
Added by Cade Christensen on October 6, 2011 at 7:00pm — No Comments
**Please keep in mind while reading my blogs, I am a beginner in farming... my terminology may be quite "crude" and cause me to sound ignorant - I am a work in progress!**
Corn chopping went a lot smoother this year at our farm. No mud! Hooray! I definitely have to say I didn't miss pulling the 8560 out of the muddy ruts with my tractor or seeing a full chopper box tipping so far to one side bogged down in mud.
2011 has brought a lot of knowledge to us in both the…Continue
Added by Kari Hollman on October 5, 2011 at 10:22am — No Comments