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From the farm: Domesticating the calves


It was the last day of the second week-long session of Farm Camp, and the children and calves were relaxing together in the cool of the farm’s...

Kavi, one of my crankier Scottish Highlander cows, was lying alone at the back of the field while the other cows “did lunch,” munching on a round...

Homeyer: Plants to avoid if you can


This is the time of year when wild parsnips are in full bloom. They stand anywhere from two to six feet tall, and are topped with clusters of tiny...

Homeyer: How to move a shrub


I remember talking to a gardener some years ago who, when I mentioned that her tall pines were interrupting the view, waved a hand and said...

In most households, one person is the gardener, and another takes care of the lawn. Or perhaps a hired service or teenager does the mowing and...

The bellowing stopped as I walked across the barnyard. Thirteen calves watched me open the gate to let the mother cows into the holding pen, a...

It was an event that occurred once in a lifetime. I’m not talking about the June 24 lining up of five planets and the moon for the first time since...

My father, may he rest in peace, always told me that there is no such thing as a free lunch.Wrong, Dad.I grow at least three tasty vegetables that...

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