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
An Iowa woman reminisces about the Chester White hogs that her family raised on their homestead
Oregon woman relates how, as a child, her livestock often made life interesting on her family farm
Raising geese during high school on her family farm gave one woman the added funds she needed to pay for her education
Oregon woman remembers a close encounter with a yearling Holstein bull while cycling to school from her family farm
While picking wild blackberries for blackberry jam, a woman comes upon a berry-thieving duo of family farm animals
Louisiana man remembers the story of a prank played by his brothers on a rice farm in the deep South
A Michigan woman tells childhood stories about rationing, sugar beets, and work horses on her family farm
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