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KAREN SCHWALLER

February 10, 2017 For the farm family, vacation time is something that can be harder to attain than an understanding between the Kardashians and most of the free worl. more »»

COUNTY AGENT GUY

February 3, 2017 Winter sports are a large part of life here in the frozen Midwest, mainly because winter occupies such a large part of our calendar. more »»

FARM AND FOOD FILE

February 3, 2017 The chairman gaveled the ag committee to order. “We’re here today,” he announced in his best radio voice, “to rapidly confirm our President’s nominee for secretary of agriculture. more »»

KARL SETZER

February 3, 2017 There are concerns building in the market over U.S. exports. In the past 20 years the United States has lost a large portion of global trade that it once dominated. more »»

BRIAN HOOPS

February 3, 2017 Axing TPP President Donald Trump’s decision to back out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal, a $62 billion market for U.S. more »»

KAREN SCHWALLER

February 3, 2017 This past year as Christmas came and went, I thought about how our Christmas celebrations have changed over the years, and of the places I have been on Christmas Eve. more »»

CROP WATCH

February 3, 2017 And except for snow last week much of the Midwest seems to be getting an extension to this January thaw. more »»

DAVID KRUSE

February 3, 2017 My first circus was decades agao in fifth grade as the school scheduled an outing to Sioux City each year for the class as part of the regular curriculu. more »»

CLAYTON RYE

February 3, 2017 I like to celebrate the passing of a mile post in our long trudge through winter. That mile post is the flipping of the calendar from January to February. more »»

CLAYTON RYE

January 27, 2017 It was one of those times when one thought leads to another, ending in a place of long ago and long forgotten. more »»

COUNTY AGENT GUY

January 27, 2017 Of all the projects that a guy takes on during his lifetime — and I’m including adding indoor plumbing here — none is more life-changing than becoming a father. more »»

FARM AND FOOD FILE

January 27, 2017 On Jan. 5, Harvest Public Media reported that “a federal investigation has been launched into the alleged embezzlement of $2.6 million by an employee” of the Oklahoma Beef Council. more »»

CROP WATCH

January 27, 2017 We have had our January thaw and for that we are grateful. Any days over freezing during our normally frigid Januaries are welcom. more »»

DAVID KRUSE

January 27, 2017 I was able to visit Argentina a few years ago and was treated to a farm tour there. more »»

BRIAN HOOPS

January 27, 2017 Planting intentions The latest Farm Futures survey of 2017 planting intentions shows a massive acreage shift in the works for this spring as growers try to figure out how to make a profit in another... more »»

KAREN SCHWALLER

January 27, 2017 We learn about life from so many people who come into and out of our lives. Those people can teach us to appreciate so many things — or they can come as lessons for us. more »»

KARL SETZER

January 27, 2017 Trade is already looking forward to next year’s production possibilities, especially on corn. There is a well-publicized estimate that the United States will plant 4. more »»

CROP WATCH

January 20, 2017 After surviving the biggest non-storm, ice storm of the last decade we are blessed with having our hoped-for January thaw. So it rained a little while the ground and temps were below freezing. more »»

CLAYTON RYE

January 20, 2017 “Are you going to Scarborough Faire?” Well, yes, we are, indirectly. Last fall my wife and I saw that Art Garfunkel would be performing in the auditorium of the local community college in Mason Cit. more »»

COUNTY AGENT GUY

January 20, 2017 I have been faithful most of my life, but for some years when I was young I openly cheated. She even moved in with us. more »»

 
 

 

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