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Farm Employee Rules and Tips

Here are the best rules and tips for farm employees from farmers who know!

Cinnamon Bread

Cinnamon bread is a delicious version of a cinnamon roll that is perfect for breakfast! It's just great with a cup of coffee! Make this bread ahead of time and it will feed you for a week...as long as you don't share.

The Great State: Georgia

Georgia is an incredibly important part of the American agricultural community. It produces almost half of the peanuts produced in the U.S. each year, which is valued at over $400 million. Georgia was the first colony to produce cotton commercially and it ranks third in national cotton

Jalapeño cheddar cornbread muffins

If you like cheese and a little something spicy, we recommend these jalapeño cheddar cornbread muffins. Read on for the recipe.

Barbeque pork

Making your own barbeque can seem like a pretty intimidating task, but it's not as tough as it sounds. Here's our favorite recipe for pork barbeque for those with a smoker. Keep reading for the recipe.

Ramen noodle coleslaw

We love coleslaw as a side item for any summer meal. Fresh and delicious, it's an awesome addition to any dinner. Here's a recipe for Ramen noodle coleslaw. Keep reading for the recipe!

Homemade Butterscotch pie

This recipe is just to die for. It's a delicious butterscotch pie, homemade by a special lady, Gran. There's a few ingredients and a little hard work and love involved, but it is definitely worth it. First you make the pie, then the meringue...a perfect match when it's all done! Keep reading for

Gran's Peach Cobbler

Sabrina here at Jill's Junction shared her Gran's Butterscotch pie...and now she has shared Gran's famous peach cobbler. We think you will love this recipe. It's amazing. Keep reading for the full recipe!

Farmers Market: Cilantro

Cilantro is a popular herb used, whose seeds are known as coriander. Cilantro is similar to dill, as it is used for its leaves and seeds. Cilantro grows up to two feet in height and is full of dark green feathery leaves. Keep reading for more!

Monkey Bread: By Kim

Monkey Bread is one of my favorite breakfast foods in the world. It's not for every day, but it sure is amazing. We have this awesome spin on monkey bread on the website today to share from our friend Kim, over at the Foodie Tourist.

Farmers Market: Sorghum

Sorghum is a type of grass containing a cereal grain, much like wheat, oats, or barley. It was originally grown in Africa, but is now cultivated in many other parts of the world, including the United States. It is commonly known as an ingredient in sorghum molasses. Keep reading for more.

St. Patrick's Day: Reubens

St. Patrick's Day is this Sunday, March 17th. Keep reading for the classic Reuben sandwich recipe!

Baked Brie Recipe

We have a delicious recipe to share today which is perfect for your Easter meal...or for any reason. It's a great appetizer and it will definitely not last long! Keep reading for the baked brie recipe! 

Easy Baked Ziti

Easy baked ziti is a great make-ahead meal idea. Whether you are feeding one person for a couple of days or a family for more than a meal, making a pasta dish is the way to go.

Tip of the Week: Coffee

Jill's Tip of the Day is all about coffee. Coffee wakes us up in the morning and keeps us going when we are exhausted. But it's not just for drinking.

Kale chips

Kale is a suddenly popular food item for lots of reasons. Kale is very inexpensive. It is healthy. And it is delicious. And now it can (almost) replace your beloved potato chips.

Simple Garlic Pasta

We love pasta from spaghetti to lasagna to fettuccini. But there's something to be said for a simple pasta dish.

Why are barns red?

When most people think of barns, they think of red. But why?

Maple Squash

Nothing says fall to us more than delicious squash. From casseroles to soup, eating this autumn veggie is a great transition into the cooler season. Maple Squash is a sweet twist on acorn squash that you will just love.

Lemon Kale

It seems that on the weekend, we eat a little too much and enjoy an extra helping or two. And now, on a Monday, we want to start fresh. So, how about baking some lemon kale as a snack to keep us healthy this week?

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Hi there. Jolene Brown here. You can tell by the setting and the sounds that the seasons on the Brown farm have certainly changed. And that means the marathon of harvest has just begun.

 

Our families, our health, our communities, this crazy harvest we just are trying to complete...Be careful that you do not get compassion fatigue. Find out more with Jolene Brown.  

 

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Jolene Brown dives deep into three gaps you can mind around the holidays with your family members, to allow this season to move along smoothly.

 

It is the spirit of Christmas that drives the Neubauers, even in the long, hot, sweaty summers when there is much work to be done. 

 

Believe it or not, the holiday season can be a time when people report their highest stress. Read this article on tips to manage holiday stress.

 

When folks who don't ranch or who aren't involved in ag see a cow, they don't "really" see her.

 

It’s the time when eager students get a feel for life on campus as they begin the college selection process.

 

The Christmas season always brings in a new year. We are reminded in this blog the clock keeps ticking and we become reflective.

 

Machinery breakdowns can be extremely expensive to fix - costing time and money. Pink Tractor provides a list of tips to help with future breakdowns.