September 14, 2023 / Amy Bluhm
Mother nature can be cruel. Joan reflects on the extra measures that can prevent the grief and hardship of losing cattle. Our cattle have an incredible purpose: To nourish us and countless others as food. My job is to care for them on our feedlot…
September 8, 2023 / Amy Bluhm
According to Kelly, anyone can grow a green thumb. You simply need good inspiration and a smart plan.
June 28, 2023 / Amy Bluhm
When cows get sick, farmers like Lynn and Dan work with a vet to get them well. But what about the milk? Lynn walks us through the process of milk safety starting at their farm. The cows on our farm, New Day Dairy in Clarksville,…
May 25, 2023 / Amy Bluhm
Everyone has stress. As Paula points out, resiliency stems from discovering what brings us peace.
April 27, 2023 / Amy Bluhm
Sarah Bedgar grew up in a rural Maryland town with one stop sign. Tara Beziat was raised in Cleveland, Ohio. Their friendship thrives through mutual respect because they are different.
November 2, 2022 / Amy Bluhm
Stressful seasons and careers can consume us. Or they can play a part in building us up.
June 28, 2022 / Amy Bluhm
Every Independence Day, fireworks aren’t the only thing exploding in the western Iowa town Sara Ross calls home.
June 22, 2022 / Amy Bluhm
Lesley Schmidt and her family brought “chaos” to their shared gardens in Kansas. The results were worth the mysterious wait.
June 7, 2022 / Amy Bluhm
As a child, Melissa Hildebrand Reed spent each weekend on her dad’s farm. Little did she know she’d be spending all her days running it with him.
May 19, 2022 / Amy Bluhm
Dawn Scheier bikes with a tight-knit group of friends. When somebody is struggling, they come alongside and overcome it together.