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I’m Hot. I’m Sweaty. We Ran.

I’ve run a half marathon but never a full one. About full marathons, I heard from dedicated marathoners that they [...]

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Porch Talk

I recently returned from Albuquerque, New Mexico. My role while there turned out to be quite a pleasure and honor. [...]

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When the bad news outweighs the good

ILF presents a guest blog provided by Feedstuffs Foodlink and Jesse Bussard. For more information, keep reading. If it bleeds, [...]

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Odds are in your favor

First the bad news. . . . Becoming a Major League Baseball player is difficult. Really, being a professional at [...]

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Can we get an Amen?

I love Missouri. Missouri is very diversified in its agriculture, from the cow/calf operations, to crop farmers (row, orchards, and [...]

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Agriculture Rocks!

I am a consumer and producer of food and music. Ranching and farming breathes life into us like music breathes life [...]

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Building Fence

My usual blogs are nostalgic … this one is too, but just a bit. My husband and I have charged [...]

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