This time of year a lot of us are reflecting on not only the current year, but also our lives. For farmers, there are similarities and differences.
Whatever your traditions and tales may be, nothing beats Christmas time on the farm.
When your lifestyle, family, and career are all rolled into a neat package like it is for farmers and others in agriculture, it can be hard to slow down and separate.
We scoped out social media and found that Elf on the Shelf isn’t always just lying around waiting for children to find it, some farms have been putting the scout elves up to work.
Farmers aren’t always the easiest people to buy for, so here are a few ideas for farmers on your Christmas list.
Just days after ringing in the new year, growers in the Christmas tree farming industry are already preparing your trees for Christmas in 2020.
There are many reasons why an artificial Christmas tree is a more sound decision for a family, but there is little denying the sustainability of a real tree.
Michigan’s Wahmhoff Farms Nursery had about 100 volunteers help in donating nearly 500 Christmas trees to servicemen and women and their families.