An Iowan shares her memories of cats and dogs and some unintentional pets made of baby skunks
Missourian recalls his first horse, a bay mare, purchased at a farm sale
Oregon woman recalls caring for two baby rabbits during her childhood on her family farm
Granddaughter remembers the story of how her grandfather started their family farm in the late 1800s
A woman recounts the tale of her father building a Kansas homestead, and keeping their family farm alive during the drought and dust in the 1930s
A Nebraska woman shares her brief reminisce about hard times on her family farm
A Tennessee woman recalls the chore of churning butter as a girl
Kansas woman recalls her parents milking their Jersey cow and using a cold-water milk separator
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