Columnist Jerry Nelson comes up with a creative idea for a hated paternal duty: changing diapers.
’Tis is the season when we traditionally pause to give thanks. This columnist is thankful for the miracle of modern plumbing.
Our farmhouse has been pestered by pests this fall. And no, I don’t mean traveling salesmen, which, according to federal law, homeowners can repel with flamethrowers.
The kind of pests I am referring to are hairy, smelly, and have deplorable bathroom habits. There’s only room for one such creature in our house and that’s me!
We’re talking about mice, of course. But if only it were just mice! Our recent spate of homestead invaders involved multiple species.
An afternoon at a Minnesota dairy called Redhead Creamery was lots of fun for columnist Jerry Nelson and his wife.
The latest stop on the “Dear County Agent Guy” book tour took columnist Jerry Nelson and his wife on adventures in Cincinnati.
Columnist Jerry Nelson discusses why farmers tend not to weigh in on intense political discussions.
The Holiday Season will soon be here, that time of year when belts shrink and stretchy pants become your best friend.
Of all the farming projects this columnist has undertaken, his home garden has been the least profitable.
Humor columnist Jerry Nelson recently ran into a scary (and funny) situation with his “personal assistant.”
Author and columnist Jerry Nelson and his wife attended a book festival and had a blast talking with interesting authors and editors.