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Like Rodney Dangerfield, kale doesn’t get enough respect. I’ve been told that it only became a commonly grown vegetable in the 1970s when salad...

Homeyer: Brightening dark days of winter


This is the darkest time of the year: not only are the days short, clouds obscure the sun much of the time. Many of us find the gloom oppressive...

Perched atop churches, barns, businesses, homes and seats of government, weather vanes have over hundreds of years taken the form of everything...

A visit to a Clydesdale farm


No November calves at Miles Smith farm yet. Gina, the Scottish Highlander cow, just keeps getting bigger. Maybe she’ll wait until Bruce and I...

Ready to shop! Every time I turn on the radio or open a newspaper, there are articles about supply chain issues. Even the reliable old U.S. Postal...

If only kennels would accept cattle


As we drove down the hill, I looked back at the farm. What had I forgotten? Did I tell farm-sitter Craig where the electric-fence switch was? Would...

Homeyer: Roasting garden produce


One of the reasons I garden is that I love to cook and to create wonderful, flavorful dishes that I might not get elsewhere. I think many gardeners...

From the farm: More about winter


The frost is on the pumpkin, which is terrific for my cattle. Freezing then thawing makes squash squishy and easier for my bovines to chomp into...

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