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The Real Farmwives of America and Friends offers a glimpse inside the world of growing up and living on the family farm.   These women are farm girls, farmwives, moms, daughters, and aunts. Most importantly they are friends that have the bond of the farm among other things. Follow along with their blogs as they tell you about their hectic yet amazing lives on and off the farm. From dairy farmers to pig farmers to grain farmers, they can tell you about it all and answer any questions you might have about the food you eat.
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Mowing Ditch Hay

The idea of mowing ditch hay was a very new concept to me once I moved out to South Dakota. I had never, ever seen it done in my home state of Indiana. Granted, I…

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4 Ways to Take Better Care of Your Camera

So you’ve invested a good chunk of change in a nice new camera, whether that be a point-and-shoot or a DSLR. Congrats, I absolutely love my Canon Rebel T1 DSLR (yes I guess I’m officially…

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Fall Gardening and Activities for Kids

Fall is my favorite time of year, hands down.  The weather is pleasant, the colors are turning, thoughts of fall gardening, berry picking and hiking come to mind.  My kids love to be outdoors and…

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$5 Pork Recipes

Lou here from Much Ado About Lou. I love pork. Pork loin…pork chop…ham…bacon…you name it, I am a BIG fan! So when I asked my fellow Farmwives to send me some of their favorite recipes…

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