I was preparing my vegetables for the freezer, pulling baskets of blanched produce from boiling water and plopping them into ice water. Now, a…

Dan Kuehl was rolling straw Sunday afternoon along County Highway R in the Town of Lebanon. Kuehl was driving his grandfather’s Case 730 tract…

It’s easy to tell the difference between a farm kid and city folks. Anyone whose nose has not become accustomed to farm smells and who does no…

Hay making, at least this year, was a great way to help me keep my sanity. After suffering from boredom during the time I was cooped up at hom…

This corn swaying in the breeze created varying shades of green last week. This photo was taken and submitted by Patricia Nehls of Watertown.

June is traditionally the month of marriages. I never understood, though, why farmers choose May (as we did) or June for a wedding. It’s their…

When Dick and I were in the Dominican Republic a few years ago we paid $60 each for the opportunity to help farmers in a local cooperative pla…

FORT ATKINSON – The sixth annual Dairy Day at the MOOseum will look different from previous years but will still be a fun family event that ce…

When I’m with my grandchildren I like to try to teach them something. Before I can get them to listen to their old granny’s advice, though, I …

MADISON — In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, World Dairy Expo® has been canceled for the first time in its 53-year history.

Farmers throughout the area were busy making hay this past weekend. Chris Nielsen was collecting his crop Sunday morning along County Highway …

Class reunions usually include a compiling of information from everyone in the class – a sort of update on what we’ve all been up to since we …