Flat Aggie: All About Sweet Potatoes

With each Flat Aggie report, I’ll be putting together a list additional resources, websites, recipes, books, and activities.  Use this and farmer math from A Kansas Farm Mom to bring Flat Aggie’s Agmazing Adventures to life! Continue reading

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Flat Aggie Visits Sweet Potato Farm

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I wanted to learn more about sweet potatoes so I visited North Carolina, where almost 50 percent of the sweet potatoes produced in the United States are grown. My first stop was the North Carolina Sweet Potato Commission. Here’s a … Continue reading

Flat Aggie: All About Corn

With each Flat Aggie report, I’ll be putting together a list additional resources, websites, recipes, books, and activities.  Use this and farmer math from A Kansas Farm Mom to bring Flat Aggie’s Agmazing Adventures to life! Continue reading

Flat Aggie: All About Wheat

With each Flat Aggie report, I’ll be putting together a list additional resources, websites, recipes, books, and activities.  Use this and farmer math from A Kansas Farm Mom to bring Flat Aggie’s Agmazing Adventures to life! Continue reading

Flat Aggie: All About Sunflowers

With each Flat Aggie report, I’ll be putting together a list additional resources, websites, recipes, books, and activities.  Use this and farmer math from A Kansas Farm Mom to bring Flat Aggie’s Agmazing Adventures to life!

Flat Aggie Visits Toews Farm in Manitoba Canada.  His full report can be found at My Everyday Chaos. Continue reading

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The Popcorn Stand Is Open

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Last year when the kids wanted to open a popcorn stand at the end of the drive, I gently suggested we look to our virtual community for buyers.  Have you ever manned a lemonade stand down a country road? Mine … Continue reading

Field Meals: Menu 9

When harvest moves to more than an hour away from home; meals are delivered to-go style.

When harvest moves to more than an hour away from home, meals are delivered to-go style.

The first week of November is Book Fair Week at the kids’ school.  As co-chair, I hang out at the fair steering kids to books and away from those annoying erasers that smell like chocolate.  But just because I’m “working” all day, doesn’t excuse me from feeding My Farmer and friends.  Ironically, the week I don’t have time to make a great meal is the week that we’ve added four additional people to the harvest crew bumping the number to be fed to eight plus the kids and me.  Continue reading