After all of the final numbers are in each year, you might be ready to take your wife out to a steak dinner and a night out on the town. Unfortunately, if you decide to spend your money instead of investing some cash back into your farm, you might be in a world of hurt down the road. I learned this lesson the hard way a few years ago when I spent my extra money on a new car instead of replacing some older machinery. When my tractor died a few days later, I realized my mistake. As you read through my blog, I hope that you can learn from my errors and make better decisions.
If you think that the advent of fall means you have to say goodbye to your garden-fresh vegetables, think again! Many winter vegetables thrive in cold weather and will help you create delicious homemade soups, stews, and other hearty meals all winter long.
Read on to learn about five types of vegetables that should grow quite well in your winter garden:
1. Garlic and onions
Many bulb-based plants, including garlic and onions, are impervious to wild swings in temperature, making them great year-round additions to any garden. [Read More]
Do you have memories of summer days on the farm and riding on the tractor with your dad or grandfather when you were a kid? You may recall the smell of fresh soil as you plowed the fields or the scent of freshly mowed hay on a July afternoon. You probably had a certain tractor you fell in love with, and simply seeing a picture of it can transport you back to those carefree days on the family farm. [Read More]