Farm Recipe: Chicken Bacon Ranch Potato Bake

🕔08:59, 18.Apr 2017

This recipe had me at the title, and Janelle said it was a big hit at her house.  She did reduce the amount of potatoes she used considering the size she had purchased.  I’m definitely going to try this soon!

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Tick Time!

🕔08:58, 18.Apr 2017

It’s those little arachnids (like scorpions, spiders and mites) we all watch for every spring.  Ticks are considered to be a pest because some species bite people and feed on blood.  They can also feed on dogs, other pets and livestock.  Removing

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Don’t Give Up The Fight

🕔08:58, 18.Apr 2017

It’s been almost 3 years to the day that I wrote about the “Careless Weed” (http://titanoutletstore.com/the-carelessweed-what-it-can-do-to-corn-and-soybean-yields/).  It was at that time that Bob Hartzler  and Mike Owen, weed specialists from Iowa State University stated that Palmer amaranth was just moving

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Weathering the Times

🕔13:31, 3.Apr 2017

What image comes to mind when you picture a weathervane?  I would expect that most of you see the directional arrows indicating north, south, east and west, topped with something ornate perched on an arrow.  This upper piece of the

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One Easter and 63 Square Miles… Updated

🕔13:31, 3.Apr 2017

There’s a small island in the South Pacific about 2,300 miles from Chile’s west coast and 2,500 miles east of Tahiti that was known to its earliest inhabitants as Rapa Nui.  But in 1722 Dutch explorers named this place Easter

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Another Dust Bowl?

🕔13:30, 3.Apr 2017

I’m fairly certain that anyone who’s involved in agriculture has heard of the Dust Bowl.  Next week, April 14th, marks the 82nd anniversary of “Black Sunday”.  The Dust Bowl began as the rain ended in the summer of 1931 and

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