Posts Tagged ‘agriculture’

Humans of Agriculture- Shelley’s Story.

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Humans of Agriculture- Shelley’s Story. “I am a working Mother . . . maybe not by traditional standards. I don’t commute to an office, I don’t earn a monthly paycheck, and my business attire usually involves wearing a cap. I get up early . . . so I have a little time for myself before […] Read more…

Humans of Agriculture- Diane’s Story.

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Humans of Agriculture- Diane’s Story. “I have lived in 2 houses my whole life. My parent’s house in the suburbs on the east side of Michigan and the home I have now on the farm. The worlds could not be any different. Early in my marriage the farm became my enemy. It was the reason Farmer […] Read more…

Humans Of Agriculture- Pam’s Story.

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Humans of Agriculture- Pam’s Story. “Dairy farming has always been a part of my life. I was raised on a dairy in NE Iowa and here I am at 55, living 1.5 miles from where I grew up, still on a dairy farm.  Dave and I wanted to raise our three sons to value faith, […] Read more…

What about Africa?

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I’ll be honest, when I think of Africa, I think desert, famine, elephant poachers and war. Certainly these are not feel good things. My vision of Africa has been shaped by the nightly news and infomercials asking for donations amounting in no more than the price of a cup of coffee to save children. In […] Read more…

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