Monthly Archives: November 2013

Being an Agricultural Leader

A few weeks ago, I went to Madison to spend a couple of days helping shape Wisconsin agricultural policy. As a member of the Wisconsin Farm Bureau’s Policy Development Committee, it’s my job to help sift through all of the … Continue reading

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Fighting the Calendar

It’s November and that means we’re pushing hard to get the last of the crops in and fertilize the fields with manure. The first freeze could happen any time now. With the late spring we had, our whole season has … Continue reading

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The Eagle and The Ridge

The other day, we were hauling manure to fertilize the fields, and I looked over and saw a Bald eagle less than 50 feet away from me. It was just pecking at the ground, but being so close gives you … Continue reading

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