Summer Project-Cattle On Grass

I like to occasionally take on a project . If I feel the project is interesting, I will write about it and sometimes, even recommend others try it. This week I want to deliver the first installment about a project I recently began. I like cattle on pasture, they look great and make our farm…
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Gopher Trapping

Typically, we save our thankfulness for the holidays of Thanksgiving and Christmas. I found a reason to be thankful in spring as I was walking the cattle pasture this week. I considered the new piles of dirt courtesy of the local gophers and how their success as gophers belies my success, effort and interest as…
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How Granster Got His Groove Back

(l to r) two generation Belarus family picture;Belarus 525, Belarus 925 I made a change for he better this Spring. It did not involve weight loss, finances or personal growth, all good ideas but efforts I will leave to others for now. I needed something to get me back in the groove when I do…
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A Time To Grow

I had a variety of topics from which to choose this week, however I choose gardening. I did not choose it because summer has begun; I chose it with hopes that you will read this column on a nice day and prior to our next frost or deluge. Gardening lasts but one day here in…
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Letter To Dave

Hi Dave, This letter is going to be a laundry list, therefore it will be like most of the letters I send your way. First off, I have a video recommendation. I recently received “President Reagan: The Great Speeches,” from my Netflix account. I sometimes forget that I am now old and that there are…
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