Monthly Archives: September 2012

Perfect Evening for Harvesting

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Makin’ Tracks

This is our first track tractor on the farm. A welcome new piece of equipment that everyone is excited to run.

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Harvest Line-Up for 2012

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Presidential Candidates and Agriculture

If I were a more confident person, I might lay my political opinion out in this article. But first, if you have been a frequent reader, you already know them, and second, I don’t feel that it is my goal … Continue reading

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And We’re Off!

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When Dairy Goes “Bad”

I am in the midst of doing another “trace your food” post, based on one of my staple foods, orzo pasta and cream sauce. So, keep your eyes peeled for this exciting subject matter. But, while I was doing a … Continue reading

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Prop 37: It’s Not Just a Label

In case you haven’t heard, on November 6th of this year voters in California will be asked to cast a vote on whether or not to label genetically modified foods (aka Prop 37.) It’s a controversial ballot initiative, and one that I’ve … Continue reading

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