AMY'S RANCH SLANTS A Perfect Church for the Wedding of a Couple Named "Kirk"
When my husband and I got engaged he wanted to have our wedding at his familys barn. His great-grandfather who homesteaded on the place built the barn. It has been the familys pride and joy.
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Edward Schlosser farmed the land here for more than 30 years. His woodworking hobby has also lasted more than 30 years with results hanging around the world.
Schlosser has created more than 2,000 wooden crosses. The majority about 18 inches high but some are up to 14 feet tall.
Most farmers in southeastern Minnesota are nearly finished harvesting corn, but Bill Beckman of rural Zumbrota has been done for months. As an alternative to yellow corn, he’s been developing an 85-day white corn hybrid using classic Mendelian genetics.
, December 26, 2009
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