Humor columnist Jerry Nelson and his wife battle loads of floating fur from their shedding farm cat and dog.
Humor columnist Jerry Nelson has fond (and funny) memories of the field trips he took as a kid.
Mother’s Day is almost here, which means the greeting card industry is about to receive a cash infusion that would dwarf the entire economy of Lichtenstein.
Columnist Jerry Nelson didn’t expect RFD-TV to say yes when he suggested some air time for his new book. What followed was an adventure.
Cow tipping may be mostly mythical, but cow turning most definitely is not, says this dairy kid turned humor columnist.
Spring has swept across the prairie, shoving the ratty old couch of winter out to the curb to be hauled off by the garbage guy.
Columnist Jerry Nelson and his wife recently stumbled upon a memory in the form of a doctor who helped save Jerry’s life 29 years ago.
Columnist Jerry Nelson and his wife recently attended the Central Plains Dairy Expo. They had “a dairy good time,” according to the columnist.
This humor columnist believes he's a natural parent, which is largely due to his upbringing on a small and diversified livestock farm.
This columnist had been married for only a few hours when he and his bride returned to their dairy farm to discover that their Holsteins had broken out of their pen.