It never fails that when the Holiday Season comes back around, I'm asked what I want for gifts and struggle to come up with a good request. Just like many other people, when I want or need something, I jump online to buy it. But what if Santa was a farmer? What gifts would I … Continue reading If Santa Was A Farmer
Bandita Marie Bowers is a 5th generation grass seed farmer in Harrisburg, OR farming land that has been in her family for over a hundred years. Prior to returning to the family farm she graduated from Washington State University with degrees in Agriculture and Agriculture Economics and Management then spent 3 years in the Farm Credit System. … Continue reading The Wide World of Oregon Agriculture.
I hope you all had a very Merry Christmas this week with lots of food, family, and friends! I traveled home to Arkansas to spend the week with family and ended up seeing a VERY White Christmas. We had about a foot of snow at the house and 6-8 inches of snow with quite a … Continue reading White Christmas in Arkansas with the family [Video]
Ah, yes! You heard that right. Bacon bread. I was a little skeptical at first, but then I tried it and it was awesome. Tasty enough that I had to share with ya'll. It would be perfect to prepare for Christmas morning. One of my favorite recipes my mom made for me as a kid … Continue reading Recipe: Easy Pull Apart Bacon Bread
The AgChat Banditas have taken over this blog! We interrupt your regularly scheduled blog for an important announcement! As an early Christmas present to our dear friend Ryan, a group of agriculture loving bloggers have banded together to bring you posts from all corners of the agriculture world. We know that we could never take the place of … Continue reading The Agriculture Proud blog has been hijacked!
Well guess Christmas weekend is here and everyone will be a few pounds heavier when we make it to next week. I'll be at home with the family and traveling Arkansas to see a few friends. Reckon I'll be taking the week off from blogging and see ya'll in 2012 from Knoxville, TN. Go Vols! … Continue reading Photo Friday: Merry Christmas
Can you believe we're already closing in on Christmas and 2012 isn't far off. Hope you have most of that Christmas shopping wrapped up. I've always been one for the more crafty gifts rather than buying everything. Part because I have been living on the college student budget and part because it's just more fun. … Continue reading Cowboy Cookies In A Jar
As the holiday season draws near and with it comes great times with the 3 F's: Family, Friends, and Food! Many holiday memories center around the kitchen table our families gather around the many casseroles, sides, and pies that were made. As I make my way through the season each year, I often find myself … Continue reading Sweet Potato Casserole Recipe