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Goodbye, and good riddance to 2020.  You have cost us much economically, socially, and personally.  Most of us lost or knew of someone we loved or knew fondly during your 365 days. Those we lost may not have died directly because of the virus unleashed around our tiny planet, but our ability to let go, […]

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You may hear new terms applied to agriculture and farming, “regenerative” or “restorative” agriculture. These terms are cropping up, describing new thought processes on farming methods that have been around many decades and the importance of soil to our environment. It is important to think about soil before we dig into what these new terms […]

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I remember, as a young kid, thumbing through a binder full of old family photos. I came across a photo that was labeled, “Lyman” and had a face circled on the photo. It was from the early 1940s and a sign on the wall behind this group of students read Future Farmers of America. “Lyman” […]

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The impact of the shutdown of our economy to dampen the impact of the COVID 19 disaster has hit every single person. Businesses have temporarily and permanently closed their doors. Many people were temporarily unemployed or lost their jobs. There were significant disruptions in our food supply system. As we have heard many times. We […]

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Jay Matteson, the Agricultural Coordinator for Jefferson County Agricultural CoordinatorÕs Office at the Lucki 7 Livestock Co. in Rodman on We…

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John Peck, owner of Peck Homestead Farm in Carthage, hoses off his pigs as they roll around in their pen on the farm. SYDNEY SCHAEFER/NNY BUSINESS