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Quick Thoughts on Vernon Hugh Bowman v. Monsanto Company

This week the Supreme Court heard oral arguments involving an Indiana farmer who allegedly bought commodity seed from an elevator and used that seed to plant another crop.  Monsanto argues this act would infringe on its technology use agreement.  To me … Continue reading

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2012 in review

Happy New Year and thanks to everyone who has visited this blog in 2012!  Here’s a rundown of some stats provided by WordPress.  I had more than double the traffic here than I did in 2011.  Let’s see if we … Continue reading

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Deer Dashing Through the Snow

We are getting our first snow of the season today, and I was lucky enough to look out my window and catch this guy running across an open field behind my house.

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Farm Week in Pictures 12/15/2012

I didn’t think I was going to do a picture post this week because I couldn’t remember taking very many pictures. After checking my phone I found I took a few worthy shots this week, so here you go! Thanks … Continue reading

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Off the Beaten Path

This actually happens on a fairly regular basis around here.  Someone drives right off the end of a county road at a “T.”  I almost never see the vehicle.  Just the evidence that a driver didn’t see that the road … Continue reading

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Touring an Indiana Buffalo Ranch

Today my wife, son, grandpa and I visited a local buffalo ranch not far from our home.  The ranch is located Buffalo, Indiana.  What better place, right?  Each Labor Day weekend the ranch is open for public tours followed by … Continue reading

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USDA, CNN Visit Our Farm to Inspect 2012 Drought Damage

About two weeks ago we learned USDA Under Secretary for Farm and Foreign Agricultural Services Michael Scuse was going to be touring the Midwest surveying the effect of drought and extreme heat across the Corn Belt.  Our farm ended up as a stop … Continue reading

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