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  • Spring has finally arrived officially and in reality. I stayed outside for a while just as it was getting dark last night and listened to the sounds of spring’s arrival. The frogs were croaking and chirping and some of the late moving birds were singing and even a few bats were out trying to find insects. Also the hummers are back. Fishing for a while will be a big blah as the lakes are high with more rainfall predicted so they will remain above where the Corps of Engineers desire for this time of year. The rivers, Black River for an example is more than half-bank full at Poplar Bluff and fishing on that stream will be bad for quite

    Apr 08,
  • On this farm I see strange things often.  The strangest romance I have ever seen proves that size doesn’t matter.  We currently have two different breeds of swine on our farm.  We have Red Wattle Hogs, which are rather large and unwieldy, and Juliana Pigs, which are a breed of the mini pig currently popular for keeping as pets.  Our Juliana Boar wants nothing to do with his sows.  He is madly in love with one of the Red wattle Sows.  He routinely escapes his pen to join her in the field.   You would imagine she’d have nothing to do with him, but she seems to return his affection.  So much that I’ve seen her lie down and raise a

    Apr 02,
  • During the recent winter weather which gave just about everyone the bad case of “Cabin Fever” there was plenty of time to reflect on things of the past and look forward to the coming of spring and outdoor activities.  Spring has finally arrived and with it some of the hazards of being outdoors and spending time with the normal things people do to get ready for an active summer.  Ticks are out. I did a lot of thinking of things that have happened to me during past winters and they included a lot of activity that was not figured as crazy when they happened.  However, as I look back, some of the things were not too bright and some even

    Apr 01,
  • Have we had enough winter yet?  I can assure you that this man has.  This snow has lingered way too far this time and there isn’t too much enjoyment to be had.  Sledding, snowball fights, snowmen and the like are activities best enjoyed by the younger crowd.  I do enjoy watching my grandkids play in the frozen mess, but personally I’ll stay indoors. I can remember nasty winters, but it seems like they have gotten worse.  Maybe that’s just my recollection. Spring is coming and soon it will be turkey season.   A long time ago, we didn’t have much of a turkey population.  I can recall when the first wild turkeys were released in the area in the vicinity of

    Mar 10,
  • As I set here writing my column, it occurs to me this month is nearly over.  When everyone reads this, January is history.  Can spring be very far away?  Yes, spring could be quite a distance away. The jonquils have started breaking their way through the cover of leaves and grass.  The snow crocus hasn’t made an appearance yet and snow could be in the forest for the coming week.  So far our snows have been the kind I like, just enough to cover the ground and make driving a little treacherous on some roads and highways and most of it melted away in short order. I visited my sister’s house off Township Line Road Friday.  She wasn’t home,

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