July Farm Share Recipes!

The June post was pretty packed so I'll start July a little early!  We're already seeing zukes and cukes and more snap peas! If you're looking for good veg recipes Smitten Kitchen and Half Baked Harvest are two of my go-tos. Week 1: Burrata and Charred Snap Peas:  Wow oh Wow!  This recipe from Smitten... Continue Reading →

Farm Share Recipes — June

I love to see how the vegetables change with the seasons.  Here is what I've been doing with some of our June produce: Week 1 Strawberry Puree:  The strawberries are terrific but so ripe when we get them. Most of mine have been eaten over the sink. However,  I had some that went over so... Continue Reading →

Ag’s Talent Pool is Running Dry — So Fix It!

 I manage our family farm in the Texas Panhandle where we grow wheat and cotton. Our father didn't think my sister and I would want to keep it after he passed, but as a business, it makes a lot of sense. Of course, his generation thought we wouldn't want to run it because, well, what... Continue Reading →

Bringing Your Whole Self

Recently, on my way to a lunch meeting, I caught a FarmHer minute on RFDTV. RFDTV for those not in the Ag world is the rural television news station with everything from weather reports to rodeo standings.  I listen to it on Sirius/XM to keep up with the daily market reports.  (Yes, I am a... Continue Reading →

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