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Morgan County, Colorado:  Disclaimer – If you are here for crop stats, skip this post.  If you are interested in reading the “life musings” of Laura, continue! I recently had the opportunity to add to my “community” this spring. Last fall, Tracy Zeorian reached out with the...

Sheridan County, Kansas: [embed]https://youtu.be/vsCvWZ5NVyU[/embed] Laura describes what has happened to her family's crop. Sad looking wheat. (Photo credit: Laura) Wheat belongs in the bin, not the ground. (Photo credit: Laura) The latest crop of HPH mascots are at the farm. (Photo credit: Laura) Equipment headed to Colorado. (Photo credit: Laura) I think...

Southeast Colorado: I have a love/hate relationship with GPS technology. Some of you may recall this from previous posts. I will admit, it is improving all the time and the accuracy is a little scary (the occasionally inaccuracy is equally scary). Without giving away my...

North Texas - This year we also had the opportunity to not only to host young but but also the women of the Baptist Home for Girls in Madill, Oklahoma. As a woman in agriculture, I couldn’t have been more pleased to share the experience...

North Texas - Early into our Texas stop we had a group of special visitors from the Oklahoma Baptist Homes for Children. Three young men, Shane, Josiah, and Patrick, and their sponsors Jim and Don, made the trip to experience the prime cutting weather with...