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Digital burgoo

Some thoughts on the digital age:

–It is the conceit of every generation to think they live in remarkable times. We believe the internet sets us apart from generations past because of the speed and breadth of connectivity. But we forget that over 200 years ago the Napoleonic semaphore known as le systeme Chappe could deliver a message—via a network of hundreds of signal towers–from one end of France to the other in hours. Built to convey military orders, it suffered […] MORE


Previous Editorial Articles

  1. Of turtles and interventions, financing suspect vehicles

  2. The tidy debate. Now, where did I put that wrench . . . ?

  3. Of bears, barns and more

  4. Dumb Pets

  5. Stuff – What is cool and what isn’t at the farm show

  6. Resilience, insurance, water Summer lessons

    Resilience (and not)

  7. How farmers learn – From SOPs to stomping onions

  8. Getting to the bottom of the to-do list, on plodding

  9. What they want isn’t the same as what they say they want

  10. Winter reading

  11. Farm Notes – Ready aye ready And other farm lessons learned

  12. Field Notes – One trip, two questions, no answers

  13. Farm Notes – Lies of omission, Rules of farming

  14. Farm Notes – In Defence of chickens

  15. Farm Notes – With time at hand

  16. Farm Notes – A ghost in the gears? Nah!

  17. FARM NOTES – Multi-tasking revisited, useful farm word

  18. FARM NOTES: Conflicting standards, rustlers, strong man flexes muscle at farm show

  19. Oh no, bad habits reinforced; pushed (and pulled) into farming

  20. Ways into the past

  21. Expectations and the 0.3 farm

  22. The role of FOF in farming

  23. 10 years, 8 questions

  24. Waiting for Zig

    Seeing instead of looking

  25. Listology

    Learning to live with lists

  26. Calling all innovative farmers!

    Do you have a nifty way to make farming easier, more profitable or enjoyable? If so, we want to hear about it!

  27. Letter to Gabriel Wildgen Are you really a friend of the pigs, sir?

  28. July/August 2013 – On yields

    The productivity of an unscheduled walk in the country

  29. May/June 2013 – The Smash Club

  30. March/April 2013 – Martha Stewart vs. Joe Goodenough

    Is it worthwhile to do a job well?

  31. Jan./Feb. 2013 – Wasn’t it a party?

    23 market hogs, 400 lbs of apples, 4 bins of bread and 8 hours to whoop it up

  32. Nov/Dec 2012 – On Firearms

  33. Sept./Oct. 2012 – Ode to the Crock

  34. July/August 2012

  35. May/June 2012 – Open for business

    The conflicting opportunities of operating an on-farm retail store

  36. March/April 2012 – Agricultural redaction

    Is secrecy the new tool in agriculture?

  37. jan/Feb 2012 – The Future of Farm Machinery

  38. The future of farm machinery

    Of old tractors, new combines & achievable efficiencies

  39. Nov/dec 2011 – What it means to be a farmer

  40. Sept/Oct 2011-Farming bits & pieces

    Count ‘em—eight landlords!

  41. July/August 2011 – Shipping David’s coop to Dr Dan

  42. May/June 2011 – Regarding unpaid farm labour

  43. Mar./Apr. 2011 – The questionable benefits of new

    Better to change business by degrees rather than direction

  44. Jan/Feb 2011 – Yes, we have no piglets for sale. An open letter to our farm customers

  45. Nov./Dec. 2010 – (Engineered) food for thought

  46. Sept./Oct. 2010 – Shout: Bogus!

    Shirttailers are riding on the farming’s good name

  47. July/August 2010 – Fractionalization! What fractionalization?

  48. A co-operative endeavor

    One example of a successful equipment & crop-sharing program

  49. March/April 2010 – Reliability a precondition of farming

    A commitment to the long-term is needed to make leasing work

  50. Jan/feb 2010 – Calling all inventors

  51. Nov/Dec 2009 – The swine!

    With pigs the opposite of everything is true.

  52. Sept/Oct 2009 – One potato, two potato

  53. July/August 2009 – Advice to Young Farmers

  54. May/June 2009 – What farmers can learn from publishers

  55. March/April 2009 – Other Measures of Success

  56. Jan/Feb 2009 – Uncomfortable on the Pew, Uncomfortable off the Pew

  57. Nov/Dec 2008 – Food Safety and Safe Food

  58. Sept/Oct 2008 – Spelling Tests, Good Hay & the Bilemmas of Farming

  59. July/Aug 2008 – Rural & Agriculture Make Strange Bedfellows

  60. May/June 2008 – 65 million, 30 & 7

  61. March/April 2008 – Middlemen Are Not the Answer to Local Food Exhaustion

  62. Jan/Feb 2008 – A 10 Per Cent Solution

  63. Sept/Oct 2007 – From Hogs to Hyundais

  64. July/Aug 2007 – Holding Up Our End

  65. May/June 2007 – Who Weeds?

  66. March/April 2007 – With the Grain

  67. Jan/Feb 2007 – Rhymes With Useless

  68. Nov/Dec 2006 – Animal Intelligence

  69. Sep/Oct 2006 – Items in the Lesser Farm Crisis: Farm Names

  70. July/Aug 2006 – Freedom From, Freedom To

  71. May/June 2006 – Thinking Big

  72. Jan/Feb 2006 – The No-Sxx-Please-Free Range-Thinking-of-Going-Organic-But-Not-Sure-Part-Time-Grassfed-Sustainable-Mixed-Livestock Small Farmer

  73. Nov/Dec 2005 – Urgent and Important

  74. Sep/Oct 2005 – Staples

  75. July/Aug 2005 – Your Calls, My Calls

  76. May/June 2005 – Away

  77. March/April 2005 – Of Hunches and Numbers

  78. Jan/Feb 2005 – Throwing Out the Baby Beef with the Bathwater

  79. Fall 2004 – Old Ideas, New Breed

  80. July/Aug 2004 – Will Someone Open A Window?

  81. May/June 2004 – Thanks Darcy, Ruth… Hello Readers