Alabama man remembers eating homemade corn bread and smoked pork on his grandparents' family farm
Missouri woman recounts summers spent playing in a little creek and picking black raspberries on her family farm
Missouri woman recalls her grandparents making the trip from the family farm to the nearest town in a hack pulled by a team of horses
Iowan recalls the average farmer's daily activities on his family farm
Illinois woman talks about the miraculous recovery of Blackberry, queen heifer on her family farm
An Oregonian briefly describes her childhood pet house cat, his origins, and frilly apparel
An Iowan relates the humorous antics her pet goose, Susie
A woman tells the story of two little girls, who, bored, decided to play dress up with some little pigs
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