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WINTER
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Back To Winter!

The warmer temperatures sure were nice but now it's back to winter! The roads were slippery when I came to the studio this morning. Be sure to allow yourself some extra time this morning.

FSA Rice Meeting
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New Farm Bill Meeting

On Friday morning the Rice County FSA Service Center and the University of Minnesota Extension Service hosted an informational meeting on the new Farm Bill. This Farm Bill is quite a bit different than ones in the past

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MATTRESS DITCH
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Long Harvest, But Really????

The days get pretty long during the harvest season, especially when the forecast is for rain or snow to move in. When I am pushing hard, especially late at night I get tired and will be fighting to stay awake

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TILED FIELD FROST
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Tiling With Frozen Ground

This is a picture I took today of a field that was tiled recently. Notice there was a quite a bit of frozen ground but they were still able to pull the tile plow through the field. On Tuesday my contractor finished tiling one of my fields

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Ag Power Culvers
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Time For Lunch

When I was in Owatonna I stopped by Culver's for lunch and ran into some of my friends from Ag Power Enterprises. I asked them how they could leave the store for lunch. They said they "snuck out the back door

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Mn Pork Board
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Minnesota Pork Board Meeting

On Tuesday afternoon the Minnesota Pork Board held their annual meeting in Mankato. All pork producers pay into the check-off based on the pigs that they sell. At the annual meeting producers are elected to the Minnesota Pork Board to oversee how the check-off funds are spent

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STEELE CORN & SB MEETING
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Steele County Corn and Soybean Growers Meeting

This morning the Steele County Corn and Soybean Growers held their annual meeting at Cabela's in Owatonna. After a short business meeting Kent Thiesse was the guest speaker. Kent had a presentation on the new Farm Bill

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BARN
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Lots of Memories!

I spent a lot of my life in this barn. My Dad built it in about 1955. The milking parlor was in it along with a treatment stall and also maternity pens. It has not been used since I sold the herd in 1995

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wholesale tire
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My Adopted Dad!

We have a program on KDHL called "Adopt a Jock" and starting in January I will have a new Dad. Until recently I was adopted by Bart Jackson, our local American Family agent in Faribault. In January I have been adopted by Lynn and the rest of the crew at Wholesale Tire in Faribault and Morristown

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Waterfall Westin
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Farm Broadcaster Convention

This is the waterfall in lobby of the Crown Westin Hotel in Kansas City. This is the hotel that the Farm Broadcaster Convention is held every year. The rest of the hotel is just as nice.  Not exactly my style, way too fancy for me!

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