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Home Country

When Pop Walker sneaked out the kitchen door the other day, it affected all of us. He’s been a resident of the Rest of Your Life retirement home for several years now. He still remembers who said what during combat in Europe, but has a hard time re...

 

No Till Notes

In the past couple of articles I’ve talked about how we have added diversity into our cropping rotations to diversify markets and improve soil health. We have added field peas into our dry land cropping rotation which has allowed us to diversify ou...

 

Parsons Named To FSA Board

Todd Parsons, a well known Kimball County farmer/rancher was re-elected to the Kimball County Farm Service Agency (FSA) Committee for a three year term by the voters of the Bushnell Local Administrative Area (LAA) on December 5, 2012. Parsons will...

 

Agencies To Share Drought Data

In the wake of a series of regional drought conferences with farmers, ranchers, business owners and other stakeholders, USDA is entering into a memorandum of understanding with the Department of Commerce, including the National Oceanic and...

 

SPNRD Practices Declared Sound

The South Platte Natural Resources District received a clean bill of health in its financial practices, according to the annual audit results presented to the board of directors at the District’s December board meeting. Presenting the report,...

 

On The Edge Of Common Sense

Henry David Thoreau wrote a whole book about a pond and never got wet.  He simply took the time to ponder. I, too, find myself pondering life’s mystery; like what is the purpose of a dewclaw? To measure the dew? Why do horses have canine...

 

Home Country

It was Herb who discovered it. He went into the Read Me Now bookstore to ask Sarah if she had the latest Farmer’s Almanac (he always plants vegetables in the bowels of something) and found she had hired a Santa’s helper to talk to the children....

 

No Till Notes

My trip to Pierre, South Dakota went well considering the wintery conditions I drove through on my way there. We had a couple of inches of snow here in Alliance and as I drove north through the Hay Springs and Rushville area they had significant...

 

Ag Business Webinar

Social media has become an exciting way to enhance a farm or food business’s marketing activities, allowing the owner, or manager, to connect directly with customers in new and meaningful ways. Often, it’s these connections, or relationships,...

 

Kimball FFA Team Win Purples At Contest

The beat goes on. The Kimball High School Future Farmers of American chapter won top honors in Senior Parliamentary Procedure for the 11th year in a row at the District 12 Leadership Contests on...

 

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