Tucked in the mountains of northeast Washington, a little antique shop welcomes visitors to Front Porch Farm. Further down the lane lies the small diversified farm that Dee Acheson and his wife, Liz started nearly 20 years ago.
Categories: Why I Farm, Why I Farm Roadtrip
Tags: Beck's Blog, Why I Farm, Beck's Hybrids, hay, cattle, Family, Natalina Sents, Why I Farm Roadtrip, farmers market, Washington, vegetables, small farm, local, fresh, antiques, Front Porch Farm
The Greet family is proud to have four generations on their centennial ranch near Ten Sleep, Wyoming. While old farms and ranches can be found across the country, the Greet’s place is especially unique.
Tags: Beck's Blog, Why I Farm, Beck's Hybrids, hay, cattle, Family, Natalina Sents, Why I Farm Roadtrip, Wyoming, Ranch Red Dirt In My Soul, Carol Greet
The Flood family has a rich history of farming near Clinton, Maine spanning more than 200 years. “The original property was deeded to an ancestor by King George," Jenni Tilton-Flood beams. "It moved through different wings of the family, but there was always somebody here, subsistence farming.”
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Family is a huge part of the company culture here at Beck’s. We pride ourselves on being family owned, faith based, and farmer focused. I have been fortunate to be part of the Beck’s family this summer, but after over a month here, I was happy to go home and see my own family this weekend. As I traversed through Iowa, visiting cousins and grandparents, I began to notice something. From seeing the family farm, to tractor rides across the state, I realized how much my family’s agricultural background is a part of who we are.
Categories: Intern Avenue
Tags: agriculture, beck’s hybrids, family farm, intern avenue, Family, Iowa, Celina Young, Beck’s Blog, Beck’s Internships, Beck’s Intern, Eastern Iowa Tractorcade, AM 600 WMT News Radio, South Dakota, tractor ride, 1936 Oliver Hart Parr Row Crop 70
I have always been enamored with the Christmas season. As a child, I was enchanted by the stories of watchful elves, dancing nutcrackers, and flying sleighs. As an adult, I still find myself charmed by these stories, but even more so, charmed by the ambiance of this season. Christmas in college is much different than Christmas as a kid, but in some very special, wonderful ways. Read below as a give my Top Five Reasons Why Christmas Is Even Better as a College Student.
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The “gypsy life” is a lifestyle that I am beginning to understand very well. This week, I found myself making several trips between school, home, and the beautiful back roads of Indiana. While on the road, I was lucky enough to have a special copilot with me—my grandfather, Gary.
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