RURAL REFLECTIONS Letter to Dave
I am at home today, real home. My second home has been the cab of a
tractor/trailer hauling sugar beets the last few weeks but today the
fields do not contain trucks and harvesters but on... Posted on 10/19/13 at 6:31 AM
STAFF BLOG STORM TRACKER Perceptional Weather
We all have weather perceptions. If Phoenix is mentioned, hot and dry comes to mind. Florida, humid. North Dakota or Minnesota, many would say cold and snowy. Of course such perceptions have some trut... Posted on 9/21/12 at 5:58 PM
STAFF BLOG AG RIGHT Always more to learn
People outside of agriculture sometimes seem to think that farming is nothing more than throwing some seed in the ground, coming back a few months later to harvest the crop and selling what you grew.
... Posted on 2/16/12 at 12:31 PM
Around 1946, when Carol Ringler was barely big enough to see over the steering wheel, she climbed into the seat of a red International Harvester Farmall B tractor and slowly inched it up and down the fields as her father and siblings picked a never-ending crop of rock.
Roger Gussiaas knows firsthand that what may be normal in one culture can have horrible consequences in another. While in France, he once made an innocent remark during a conversation that prompted some people to leave abruptly.
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