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What should you know about hay? An A to Z Entry

A few people suggested I write about hay today, including my dear friend Mona who left the most encouraging comment on the post for G is for GMO. The reason it means so much is for Mona and I, it took a little time for us to find common ground. We could have easily decided […]

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Drought Leads to Desperation on a Small Texas Farm

As I wrote the headline for this post, I wondered if people would think I was overstating things but as I reread the prompter for this post, I feel certain the person who contacted me truly is desperate for good ideas. She was searching the internet for help and found my blog post on how […]

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Agricultural Production in Israel’s Coastal Plains & the Galilee Region

It happens to me everywhere I go, no matter what I mean to do. Somehow, the very presence of farms draws my attention from anything else. My first visit to agricultural production in the Mediterranean was by car with a dear friend who was showing me around Turkey. The bazillion questions I asked him and […]

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A Drive Will Do You Good On a Nice Day

I’m very lucky to have excuses to get out and see the countryside fairly frequently.  It’s almost addicting when it’s harvest or planting time…. or on any really nice day there is a crop in the field!  This week the drive back to Memphis from St. Louis found me stopping on the road and grabbing […]

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