For the Farmer’s Wifee, telling agriculture’s story made her depressed, anxious, and fearful — three things that are not normal for her.
Regardless of whether you think an activist attack will happen to you or not, this is the world we now live in, and you need to make sure you are prepared.
Recently we have been asked if the current government shutdown has had any impact on our farm. The short answer is yes. This answer is going to vary from farm to farm based on which financial institutions they have done business with. We just so happen to have only worked with the Farm Service Agency […]
The Farmer’s Wifee tackles some common questions that she receives as dairy farmer and shares the answers from some of her friends.
The Farmer’s Wifee and her family are taking every opportunity this summer to spend quality time together, away from the television.
Life right now is hard, but there are farmers across the country who have lost everything and love to have the “problems” Farmer’s Wifee is having.
Keep buying dairy products. It doesn’t matter if you buy directly from the farm or from the store.
Despite the name-calling from extremists, I will stick to milking cows and our farm will not become an animal sanctuary.
As a farm mom, I want my children to enjoy their toys that we purchase with our hard-earned money, so quality is my number one concern.
With everything going on with my pregnancy, I initially felt the best thing to do was back out of the fair, despite the disappointment that would bring.