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This blog has been created to share a little bit of the country life with people that are interested in how healthy food is grown, processed, and delivered to market.

This *tool* can cultivate and fertilize in one pass

In Warren Township, Huntington County we are blessed with many forms of agriculture.  The most prevalent field crops are corn, soybeans, hay and wheat.  There are folks who raise beef cattle, dairy cattle, hogs, sheep, goats, llama, ducks, geese, and chickens.

Many (most?) people have a garden in the Greater Bippus Area (GBA).  Garden crops include sweet corn, tomatoes, potatoes, green beans, and squash. Of course there are many others; some of my favorites are swiss chard, broccoli, cucumbers, carrots and peas.

We also look into farm equipment, and how it is used and stored.  I love old barns, and there are plenty in the GBA.  Many of the barns are *historic landmarks*.  Along the way, you will find mention of local events, or how rural folks are affected by policies made from afar.

If you have special interest in any ag subject, drop in a comment and we will try to offer some insight and information.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. anonymous permalink
    August 13, 2010 4:57 pm

    i found your site from Gary North’s site. you have some great photos on your site. they really make your site.

    • Uncle Milton permalink*
      August 18, 2010 6:39 pm

      Thanks, anon. Glad to hear from you.
      I enjoy Gary North’s site quite a bit myself.

  2. April 5, 2015 6:07 pm

    I ran across your site when searching for information about Hilda Gutwein. Then I read and enjoyed your review of The Fourth Turning, a book that also has changed my views on history and current events. Your thoughts about the world along with events/advice from your farm and garden are enjoyable and useful. You should start writing here again.

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