Being able to live and raise kids on a farm isn't a luxury, but a privilege. After selling the milk cows in 2009, my husband and I moved away from our main farming operation to be closer to the town our kids were going to school. But don't be fooled, we just bought another farm house. Now we officially farm in two different counties.
The corn and soybeans are still being raised at the home farm. Where we now live we raise chickens, pigs, and sweet corn. Enough to teach our kids about chores. The chores that involve animal poop.
While many times you will see farmers with a beer in their hand or maybe you think more of whisky drinking, cigarette smoking farmers. The reality, farmers just like the rest of society do have individual tastes. And so do their wives. Here is glimpse into what we drink and occasionally cook with our drinks. To learn more about what goes on our farm visit my other blog, Beyer Beware.
Mr Gary D Sutton
Viewed your interview on "WILL AMERICA GO HUNGRY" [Steve Gruber] as a retired equipment repair technician and past FFA -vice president , I hope this country understands the importance of our farms , farmers and our farming communities.This is a "problem" - AMERICA BETTER WAKE -UP. Please keep up the great work. Myself and my family support the U.S. farmers every chance we get.