Things I Learned Alone On The Farm

Things I Learned Alone On The Farm

There is always something to do on a farm. Even when you fix everything that is broken, there is preventative maintenance¬†to do: greasing equipment, treating wood handles, sharpening…. If you get all of the preventative maintenance done, there is always something that could be improved. Better soil, better fences, better drainage, better water, all of this makes a better farm. Often, my mind joins my hands and is consumed in the work. Other times, the work itself (like driving a tractor) lends itself to watching things, to learning. Here are…