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Belinda B. shared these beautiful photos of the spring flowers on her farm.
Grow Your Own Cat!
How to grow a calico cat:
- Find an appropriate sized pot.
- Add good soil.
- Add water.
- Put in full sun.
It's as simple as that.
– Amy Lynn S.
Go Big or Go Home
Tilling my garden. Work smarter, not harder!
– Jenny W.
It's branding time in Montana. Ruth T. rode over to help the neighbors on this busy day.
Running 'em down the chute this morning.
– Sam S.
One 24-row planter in the field working out auto-steer issues and this one waiting to get its auto-shutoff kinks worked out. #plant16 is almost here!
– Gina B.
Good Boy, Jim
Here's Jim the puppy learning the ropes of farm life from big sister Reata.
– Katie R.
A Pretty Pair
Kelly L. shared this photo of a pretty cow-calf pair.
Spring is chick time for Amy S.!
Two-week-old baby Robin is looking good (1/4 Jersey, 1/4 Holstein, and 1/2 Lowline Black Angus)!
– Vicki W.
Farmer photo bomb while I was playing with critters!
– Cheryl P.
Sign of Spring
You can almost smell the sweetness of these blooms in this photo shared by Mandi B.
It's a beautiful day in the neighborhood!
– Kendra B.
A Spring Gala
Karen D. and crew are busy thinning the Gala apples.
Table for Three
Triplets! All doelings. Here are they are queued up to eat … biggest eats last.
– Karen K.
Corn planting started here in west-central Iowa. Dry, warm and as always the wind is howling. "Plant in the dust, bins will bust," the old timers say.
– Dana B.
I sheared Raider the ram. He then decided to paw and head but the wool pile. When I came back he had laid in it. Strange fella.
– Amy W.
Look who is keeping the new baby warm!
– Anita C.
A Sweet Hobby
This is my second year with bees. I just love sitting quietly watching them work.
– Patty Y.
Stop and Smell the Flowers
My favorite daffodils are blooming!
– Krystal D.
Rebecca N. planted some tulip bulbs in this old stump, and they look beautiful!
Ready to Eat
I love salad season. One of the easiest crops to grow! These were broadcast seeded, but I would recommend doing rows, too hard to space them appropriately by broadcast.
– Rachael C.