Today’s guest is Scott Hasselmann of Hasselmann Family farms. Their farm is an 80 Acre diversified crop and livestock operation that sells all their products direct to market. We’ll talk about pastoral agriculture, making your own […]
We’ve talked a lot before about comparing the mind, soul, and life to agriculture. It’s really a great all around analogy for development. Planting a seed you hope for a good crop, if it doesn’t yield […]
Another of Riley’s Farm Rhymes for your consideration, written by James Whitcomb Riley. A Canary At The Farm Folks has be’n to down, and Sahry Fetcher ‘er home a pet canary,- And of all the […]
The second of our Plowing Through History series, we hope you enjoy.
Tackling a sometimes unpopular topic, Aaron Blick and T. talk about work and why it’s an important commodity in the modern age. They discuss their first jobs and what it taught them, their theories for […]
February 23rd-25th was the twenty seventh annual Midwest Organic Sustainable agriculture Education Service (MOSES) Conference. The seventh of these conferences I’ve attended, it was just as educational and enjoyable as it has been before. Every […]
The second episode of The Intellectual Agrarian! I had the chance to talk with one of my friends and former employers, Paul Norton of Royal Oak Farm. He shared about how Royal Oak started, what […]