The Evolution of a Modern-Day Farm Wife

A Day In Agriculture

AgWeb.com  is hosting a day-long event called “A Day in Agriculture”  today.  It’s a way to show what impacts 6.5 billion people daily.

There will be videos, photos, live updates via Twitter, audio updates, and blog-like submissions showing what people are doing in agriculture today.

If you get a chance take a look at the video I submitted seeing what we are doing on our farm today and be sure to stop by AgWeb.com throughout the day to see how we are all connected thanks to agriculture.

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Comments on: "A Day In Agriculture" (7)

  1. Thanks for the video and for the information about AgWeb’s A Day in Agriculture. I’ve submitted my blog, thanks to your heads-up! Best wishes planting wheat! We, too, are planting wheat and have been since September 19.

    • Hi Kim! It is a busy time of the year right now for sure. As soon as we’re done with the wheat it’ll be time to harvest beans and milo. Goodness, I need a massage just thinking about these next few months (just kidding). Enjoy the nice change in weather and good luck with planting in your part of the county line 🙂

  2. Great job, Kim and Adam!

  3. Lori Ferris said:

    I love reading your blog. I live in Kansas but I don’t know much about farming so I find your posts and videos very interesting. I have been interested in learning about wheat harvest since I went to KU where I knew students whose parents farmed. Please tell your husband that there are many of us in the city – even Jayhawks who appreciate all that he does.

    I would love to see a post about how you and Adam met.

    • Lori,
      Thank you so much for reading the blog. Don’t worry, I didn’t know much about grain farming until I met Adam (what am I saying, I still don’t–haha!). To be honest, I especially do the videos as a way to keep learning.

      Wheat harvest is a fun time of the year–BUSY, but fun! It’s the only crop that you have to “race” to get out of the fields because of the summer storms. You are more than welcome to come out and ride in the combines or trucks next summer–the only request is to wear purple, lots of purple 🙂 My husband’s family is a diehard Wildcat family.

      Seriously though, we do have visitors during harvest and you are more than welcome to participate in the experience. As far as a post about how Adam and I met, oh my! I might need a few posts for that one.

      Thanks again for visiting and come back!
      Kim

  4. Lori Ferris said:

    I have always though riding in a combine looked like fun. Next summer I may have to see if your offer is still open.

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