Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Each Year is Different

Each year spring rolls around and we reminisce about 'the year before.'

April 8, 2018:  Snow on the way home from church.

April 9, 2017:  It was warm enough to kill some cover crop!

April 1, 2016:  The yard was green, and this cow was thinking the grass was greener on the other side of the fence!

April 9, 2015:  Our fields of cover crop were green.

April 11, 2014:  Our 'new' planter was being delivered.

May 2, 2013:  Of course, this snow thing isn't new.

April 8, 2012:  We were outside on Easter at my Mom and Dad's.  

April 6, 2011:  (Poor photo, sorry!)  Anhydrous was being put on.

Thursday, February 8, 2018

Farmer School

January is over?  I'm not sure what happened, there, but apparently 2018 is going to go FAST.

Farming most definitely does not stop over the winter.  Lately, we have a lot of meetings, or, 'Farmer School.' These meetings are for our own good to learn more about what research is going on, or other ways to manage what we are already doing.

My goal for this year is to learn more about the farm finances.  I'm lucky to have some awesome Women in Ag Extension classes to attend nearby:  Annie's Project and Women Managing Farm Finances.

I get to do some pretty fun things while I'm attending these 'school' days, too :)

Other posts on this topic:
Tis the Season for Meetings