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RURAL LIFE

"Travel again. Carve out time with your loved ones. Go see a corner of America you have yet to visit. Adventure awaits … and the work is still here when you come home."
Listening sessions are underway for a new farm bill. What needs to be there and what doesn't?
The past two years, as the number of coyotes in our neighborhood has decreased, there has been a commensurate increase in the rabbits.
Helping a child prep for the county fair -- and then actually making it through the fair -- can help the adults in their life get in shape. But the County Fair Workout is one that only works for a limited time.

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The list of projects my husband, Brian, and I want to do on our farmstead far exceeds the time we have to do them, so we have to prioritize. Over the July Fourth weekend, pulling out trees from the pasture fence line was at the top of the list.
Katie Pinke and her family recently reconnected with a nurse who cared for her son after a spinal cord injury.
"The cool, dreary May meant that we kept pushing back our planting until it was a good week or two past the point we would have liked to have seeds and plants in the ground. But the weather warmed up, and we certainly haven't been dealing with drought."
The Minnesota Rural Electric Association recently announced its choice to partner with Western Governors University to provide $50,000 in scholarships for eligible rural residents who apply.
Whatever the reasons for the increase in blowing topsoil, we need to figure out a solution because the topsoil increasingly is being depleted.
"American life is not bleak, in my opinion. If you want to find the goodness, the Americana we love, go out and experience rural America."

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Why did we report on a Bill Gates-associated company buying North Dakota farmland from Campbell Farms? Here are three reasons.
"Watching non-traditional farm girls learn to care for livestock, including working with their stubborn heifers in the yard where my great-great-grandparents and great-grandparents once lived by the old granary, blends the old with the new."
I’m many decades removed from being a child, now, but I have never lost my love for horses, and the West still has a special place in my heart because it’s where my dad grew up.

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