Whether you are new to farming or an old hand, we can all learn something from the past. To learn about the Anasazi people, for example, is to learn how to sustain yourself under harsher than normal conditions.
What have you picked up along the way to help in your farming...
I have yet to see a story like this on national news outlets. This is a very important part of our country and gets zero press. It's a darned shame.
I didn't see anything about our neighbors on native lands. They need help as well.
So...........why can't farmers set their own price for their own crops? They are manufacturing something consumers either want or need, but they cannot determine the price by which they can sell their product. Coca-Cola does the same thing, but they determine whether a can of Coke cost 10c or 1...
If you buy John Deere, you won't have to worry about fixing it yourself. They'll be more than happy to do it for you. LOL
But no, riding mowers should last more than a few years with regular maintenance.
Major brands, at least.
Baby , it's cold outside!
Long johns, work jeans, a typical undershirt, a t-shirt, a long sleeved shirt, a sweatshirt and then a coat. This is me layering up for the outside chores at 7 in the morning.
What about you?
If you practice social distancing though, spread on clothing will minimize the possibility of a spread even more.
I think the bottom line here may be that there is no keeping away from it 100%. Mitigating the possibilities of spread is the best we can do until more and more people get vaccinated.