farming

Steeped in a tradition of sustainable farming, Shannon Hayes is schooling her daughters at home while helping them turn outward to serve the community in a café that offers wholesome fare based on recipes in her cookbook.

District administrators and teachers are hoping that two agricultural courses will eventually lead to the development of a complete agricultural-science course sequence.

The child’s tale about stone soup is being played out in Westerlo as people are contributing to a farm that Dennis Peterson is setting up for his autistic children, hoping it will serve others with disabilities as well.

Local ingredients. An accomplished chef. Youthful energy. And a  business plan to  do something more than a little different.

At 96, beloved Altamont farmer Everett Rau teams up with local history buff Laura Shore to write his memoir.

Scenes of cattle in different seasons show off the natural light of the countryside.

Kenneth Crawford and his grandson, Corbin Repscher, work the hayfields surrounding their Long Road farm, where Crawford has spent most of his life doing what he loves.

Van Horn said it is different than some of the bigger box stores because it has more of a family atmosphere, and the employees often get to know the customers and their needs.

KNOX — Inspired by nature and a distinguished lineage, Mary Klatt resolved to meet the demands of farm life and supporting a large family.

Mrs. Klatt died on Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2013. She was 98.

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