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Red Flag! Ignorance is not bliss!

When it comes to your farm business, ignorance IS NOT bliss. Why you need to pay attention and know the details.

The Dreaded Parts Run

Some helpful tips on equipment breakdown and the dreaded parts run!

What business are you in?

What business are you in? Some help for farmers when they are talking to consumers.

Excuses. Excuses. Excuses.

Many of the excuses have a nugget of truth in them, and almost all carry emotion.

Conflict Management

Two heads focused on a solution results in a better outcome. Follow this template for conflict management, for a better way to deal with anger.

Creating a Family Living Budget

When your income is inconsistent like it is for farmers, it's important to create a family living budget. Here are some tips!

Silence is not Golden

Why silence isn't golden and why there is no resolution unless there is a conversation, followed by action.

The Need for a Buy-sell Agreement

Wills may be changed on a whim. Why you need a buy-sell agreement.

Farmer To-Do List

It's time for a fresh start, which means tackling the to-do list for the year. Here are a few recommendations for your farm to-do list!

Farmers Market: Chestnuts

Chestnuts are edible nuts that are grown worldwide. They are grown on large deciduous trees. These trees develop the nuts, which are dark brown with a white kernel. Keep reading for more on chestnuts.

Farmers Market: Lentils

Lentils are a staple among vegetarians, but they are growing in popularity for all healthy eaters out there. This bean can vary in size and color, from green to brown to orange. Keep reading for more on lentils.

The Great State: Maine

Maine is a predominantly manufacturing state, but fishing and farming are also key to Maine's economic success. Maine is the world leader in production of wild blueberries, and ranks high with maple syrup, fall potatoes, dairy and brown eggs. The beef production of Maine is expanding along with

Farmers Market: Turmeric

Turmeric is an herb which is used in traditional Eastern medicine because of its health benefits. The herb is in the same family as ginger. It is grown in many tropical regions. The root of turmeric is brown with an orange flesh. Keep reading for more information on this great herb!

Garlic Mustard Salmon

When you are trying to eat better, it can be good to cut a little of the heavier foods out of your diet. Simple swaps like vegetables for pasta, brown rice for white rice, or fish for red meat can make a big difference.

Monkey bread

Try our monkey bread - an easy breakfast treat...

Chocolate Chip Cheese Ball

Cheese ball for dessert...

Mini pineapple upside down cakes

Mini pineapple upside down cakes...

Bunny face cake

Try our bunny face cake for your Easter party...

Buttermilk Cornbread

Cornbread is a staple in the south and it's easy as can be. Of course, you can pick up a ready-made mix at the local grocery, but you can't beat homemade. Try this delicious and easy recipe for buttermilk cornbread.

Fresh Asparagus Recipes

We wanted to share a few spring recipes for asparagus that are perfect for whenever this weather warms up for good!

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