Category Archives: Food production

Summer of 2011 on the farm

I got reminded that I have not been doing very well at this blog so I thought I will just insert a few pictures of my summer to get everyone caught up. Planting got started late but finished on time … Continue reading

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Things we takes for granted, even tires, to put food on the table

I’ve been servicing center pivots the last two days.  While pumping up tires I got to thinking, how many tires are on our pivots? This is taking a long time.  Doing a little simple math I soon figured, around 260. … Continue reading

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The anti-ag

It seems the ag industry can’t do anything right.  We either get too much gov’t help, too much from the market place, plant too many GMO crops, use too many pesticides, grow too much, create too much demand and I … Continue reading

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My take on “organic” food

The last couple of days I have watched on the news how “organic” food is being projected by some as being the fix to all of our health problems.  Don’t get me wrong, I have nothing against organic food but … Continue reading

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