Monthly Archives: August 2012

Eggsoneration

*This post is for Megan Frahm, who, unbeknownst to me, holds an intense passion for egg products. A few weeks ago I was on the way to work in the morning, and on the morning talk radio they were talking … Continue reading

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2012 Crop Update

Like it has been for most of the rest of the country, the 2012 drought has been painful for us. Our dryland (non-irrigated) acres have been toast for a couple weeks now. Thankfully, due to many late nights and a … Continue reading

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Field to Table; Guest Post from Sam Dunklau

This has been a big week for guests for EatPrayFarm. A few weeks ago I was talking to one of my best friends, Sam, and she agreed to do a guest post. We grew up 4 miles from eachother and … Continue reading

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Women in Ag Wednesday- Elizabeth Martin

Today’s Women in Ag feature is part two of a fabulous duo of women. They are the minds behind Faces of Agriculture, a blog telling the stories of farmers and ranchers across the nation. Elizabeth, like Jamie, also blogs on her … Continue reading

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Not Cracking Me Up

This is a picture David took in one of our fields. Huge cracks like this are popping up in fields all over because of the lack of rain. Often large cracks form in soils that are high in clay. The … Continue reading

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Meatless Monday

On Monday, July 23rd, the USDA released its monthly Greening Headquarters Update to employees. One line read, “One simple way to reduce your environmental impact while dining at our cafeterias is to participate in the ‘Meatless Monday’ initiative.” (See the … Continue reading

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