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Resolve to BE…v.2019

Who you are can make your world a better place. It's a new year...resolve to Be, not just Do.

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Resolve to BE…v.2016

Who you are can make your world a better place. It's 2016...resolve to Be, not just Do.

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Just Three Things…

Just Three Things: The Party Bus, That Time that .4% Became a Big Deal. otherwise known as "We Know Our Readers are Tired of Reading About ISIS" , and The Unbearable Cuteness of Mercer

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Just Three Things…

Just these three things before you put the weekend behind you and start your week...

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Resolve to BE.

A singular task may accomplish your "to do" list but who you are can make your world a better place. Resolve to BE.

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Just Ask Me.

I'm their farmer. I will tell you the truth. It may not be the truth you want because sometimes it isn't pretty and sometimes it's messy, but I will tell you and you will know the truth. Just ask me.

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So this Milkmaid walks into a bar….

Spending the bulk of the week in Dallas, Texas with a whole passel of Dairy Farmers…EVERY. SINGLE. ONE. of them an Agvocate, even if they don’t know it and thought this was a timely re-post. Who did you talk to today about the food you put on their table?

The Deere Milkmaid

One of the best things about being a farmer is being able to make your way of life the way you make your living, and usually that means being able to call home your workplace. That’s also one of the downsides to being a farmer: when you don’t get off the farm much you don’t really get to talk with folks…you know, the folks that don’t trip over semen tanks, keep tow chains and bags of seed corn in their trucks, or treat sunrise as the halfway mark of their day. When you don’t talk to THOSE folks they don’t get to know you and they certainly don’t stand a chance of understanding what it’s really like to be a farmer. That’s why it’s not only important to get off the farm but also make the most of those off farm adventures.

It’s not every day that a dairy farmer…

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