A Wisconsin woman talks about hatching baby chickens in an incubator with her mother in the 1930s
A Missouri woman talks about how her mother's hard work around their family farm, and hobby of raising geese, sustained their family and helped put her through college
A Michigan woman tells how she raised chickens for farm fresh eggs, and relates a humorous anecdote about a close encounter with one of her family farm's roosters.
An Iowa woman relates the story of how keeping geese on her family farm was an electrifying experience
An Iowa woman recounts how her family farm's first cow escaped and had to be recaptured
A recalcitrant runaway sow escapes and causes havoc on an Iowa woman's family farm
Working in her family farm's chicken yard provided livelihood and fond memories for a Mississippi woman
One morning in the barnyard of her family farm, the author finds an orphan calf, and after looking for the mother, decides to raise it herself
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