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  • The CSA box in action! 
Roasted Brussel sprouts with Asiago cheese. Roasted parsnips, onion, and sweet potatoes. Simple green salad with dried tomatoes from the summer. A Seckle pear with cottage cheese. Left overs ready for healthy lunches. We have the ability to shift much of our diet to local foods.  Let’s tell our local producers we want them to stick around. How could you incorporate a few more local items into your week?
  • The CSA box in action!
    Roasted Brussel sprouts with Asiago cheese. Roasted parsnips, onion, and sweet potatoes. Simple green salad with dried tomatoes from the summer. A Seckle pear with cottage cheese. Left overs ready for healthy lunches. We have the ability to shift much of our diet to local foods. Let’s tell our local producers we want them to stick around. How could you incorporate a few more local items into your week?

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  • We’d take a whole field like this! (If we could ever get back in to harvest)!! 🌧☔️
  • We’d take a whole field like this! (If we could ever get back in to harvest)!! 🌧☔️

  •  5  1  25 minutes ago
  • A week ago, the snow’s impact on area farm fields felt like too much of a burden to share here. 
I was stuck on what to say or share. And literally my dad and brother may have had to come help me five miles away with a tractor when I was really stuck. Maybe that happened. Not my best moment. 🤷‍♀️🤫
Unpredictable and record setting wet weather impacts the livelihoods of the people I know and love, all the businesses, communities and region I call home. It’s heavy. The weight of what is to come. The wait. The what ifs or if nots. The anxiousness so many feel. The record fall moisture has reminded me again and again how much I deeply care about the people in agriculture and those who rallying alongside them. Yes, the farmers and ranchers. And also all the people who support and depend on the ag economy that drives our region. And our communities. Agriculture is who we are as a state and region. If the farmers aren’t okay in this part of the country, everyone feels off. For now, we wait. 
Most keep their prayers to themselves or quietly share but one thing I know about the people here, we’re fervently praying for our ag families, livelihoods and communities around us. Don’t stay silent if you’re struggling in the waiting for what’s next this season. Share. Speak with a neighbor, clergy, loved one or mental health professional. I am praying for the people and hopeful we will see harvest rolling in the coming weeks and everyone will feel a little more whole and complete again. Until then, will you join me in praying for the people and each of us finding more purpose and wisdom in the pause? Thank you. •
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#griggsdakota #fallsnow #soybeans #harvest19 #ndlegendary #farming #agriculture
  • A week ago, the snow’s impact on area farm fields felt like too much of a burden to share here.
    I was stuck on what to say or share. And literally my dad and brother may have had to come help me five miles away with a tractor when I was really stuck. Maybe that happened. Not my best moment. 🤷‍♀️🤫
    Unpredictable and record setting wet weather impacts the livelihoods of the people I know and love, all the businesses, communities and region I call home. It’s heavy. The weight of what is to come. The wait. The what ifs or if nots. The anxiousness so many feel. The record fall moisture has reminded me again and again how much I deeply care about the people in agriculture and those who rallying alongside them. Yes, the farmers and ranchers. And also all the people who support and depend on the ag economy that drives our region. And our communities. Agriculture is who we are as a state and region. If the farmers aren’t okay in this part of the country, everyone feels off. For now, we wait.
    Most keep their prayers to themselves or quietly share but one thing I know about the people here, we’re fervently praying for our ag families, livelihoods and communities around us. Don’t stay silent if you’re struggling in the waiting for what’s next this season. Share. Speak with a neighbor, clergy, loved one or mental health professional. I am praying for the people and hopeful we will see harvest rolling in the coming weeks and everyone will feel a little more whole and complete again. Until then, will you join me in praying for the people and each of us finding more purpose and wisdom in the pause? Thank you. •


    #griggsdakota #fallsnow #soybeans #harvest19 #ndlegendary #farming #agriculture

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  • Winter bulb protection is very important. We straw mulched the beds to protect these spring flowers from excessive freeze thaw cycles. I also need to protect the bulbs from animals. Between my Anatolian shepherd and the wild foxes my stakes get pulled out of the ground, well not this year! The chili pepper is sprinkled on top of the mulch to prevent Odin and the cats digging in the beds. Oh natural protection 😉
  • Winter bulb protection is very important. We straw mulched the beds to protect these spring flowers from excessive freeze thaw cycles. I also need to protect the bulbs from animals. Between my Anatolian shepherd and the wild foxes my stakes get pulled out of the ground, well not this year! The chili pepper is sprinkled on top of the mulch to prevent Odin and the cats digging in the beds. Oh natural protection 😉

  •  4  1  39 minutes ago
  • A vision in White 🕊@katebeckinsale spotted in NYC today while attending the Screening of #Farming in our Oana Soft Long Coat.
  • A vision in White 🕊@katebeckinsale spotted in NYC today while attending the Screening of #Farming in our Oana Soft Long Coat.

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Top #farming Posts

  • The old international looks gooooddd as the night draws in... can cows go out again yet? 🙈🐮
  • The old international looks gooooddd as the night draws in... can cows go out again yet? 🙈🐮

  •  3,745  15  21 October, 2019