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So what is a CUBIT, Noah?

We have had one of the wettest Springs on record here in Wisconsin. According to the National Weather Service from Madison, we have had 13 inches of rain in the last two weeks. To put this in perspective, this is … Continue reading

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What A Difference A Year Makes !!

Re-reading through my previous posts, I came upon one I had written in July of last year. At that time I was really hoping that we would be getting some rain. The very thought of my TroyBilt tiller trying to … Continue reading

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Keeping It Real

Here in Southwest Wisconsin, we enjoy all FOUR seasons of the year. We laughingly refer to them as Fall, Winter, Spring and Road Construction. However, this year has been anything but the usual 4-season year for us. Our Christmas was … Continue reading

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Take a Closer Look

In the past 20 years there have been studies done to test the fertility of soils around the world. The results are not good. Over-planting, massive amounts of man-made fertilizer, genetic seeds and air and water pollution have taken their … Continue reading

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Fruits of My Labor

Today I harvested enough tomatoes, green peppers and onions to can 10 quarts of tomatoes for use when the snow flies. This was the third largest harvest I’ve had this year. My guess is that the move, from the old … Continue reading

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