Notes from an Iowa Farm: Prices, Politics, and Precipitation

(Credit: iStockphto/bruev)
Example of a damaged ear from our farm (Credit: D. Hogan)
“Hogie” at two months (Credit: L. Harney)
Butter sculpture of Jersey cow and 1919 tractor (Credit: Iowa State Fair)
Amish buggy (Credit: R. Naylor)
Roofers at work (Credit: R. Naylor)

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