Heather, the sweet tea addicted, full-time working soccer mom of three, talks about raising corn, soybeans and pigs.
Fifth-generation South Dakota rancher Troy Hadrick started his blog to tell the positive story of agriculture.
Fourth-generation family farmer and rancher Jeff Fowle shares his thoughts on farm and ranch life, food, politics and more. He raises registered Angus cattle, Percheron draft horses, warmbloods, alfalfa and alfalfa-grass hay in California.
Alabama dairy farmer Will Gilmer’s blog covers life with his wife, two children and 450 Holstein dairy cows. He’s been known to sing, too.
Ohio farm girl Jennifer Kiko blogs about feeding and tending to her husband and their kids, cats, dogs, chickens, horses and cows.
Lauren is a city girl turned stay-at-home farmwife and mom. She blogs about soybeans, corn, cattle, new barns, refinished basements and babies (the human kind).
California dairyman Ray Prock shares his and his family’s efforts to take care of their animals, minimize their impact on the environment and positively contribute to the community, local and global.
A South Dakota grower shares the story of the corn, soybeans, hay and cattle she’s raising with the large farm family she married into.
North Dakota farmer Val Wagner blogs about wheat, corn, soybeans, hay, cattle and the herd of boys (ok, there are four of them) she and her husband are raising.
Indiana farm wife and mother of two Lana documents life in rural America with words and photos.