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I like dahlias. They are bright and come in many colors with blossoms from the size of daisies to the size of dinner plates. My wife, Cindy, loves...

Last winter, icicles of blood dangled from the Scottish Highlander steer’s face, and raw patches of skin were exposed to the weather. He looked...

After a long winter, flowers in spring are always a welcome sight. Snowdrops, crocuses and daffodils are celebrated, bringing bright colors to our...

From the farm: To catch a cow


Paprika, the cow, dashed past farm worker Matt and charged back into the woods. She lived in the five-acre pasture without any cow-panions. The...

Homeyer: Growing nuts and berries


Every year you probably plant tomatoes. Wouldn’t it be great if they would come back every year without the bother of preparing the soil, starting...

Airbnb guest Jerry Martin offered to feed the livestock that morning, so all we had to do was climb into the truck at 6 a.m. for an eight-hour...

This is a good time to test soil


This is a good time to beat the rush and get your soil tested so that you can improve your soil before you begin planting. Most New England states...

Traditionally farmers pruned their fruit trees and put wood ashes around their lilacs in March. And although this is a good time for both, you can...

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