Thunder, when rain is needed

Farm Bureau members share snapshots of farm life to fill your senses

Maybe it’s the clouds. Or the cold. Or the feeling of calm before the storm. Life on a farm doesn’t stop int he winter, but around mid-February, everyone starts itching for spring. A little bit of sun. A little bit of warmth. A little bit of life.

Planting season is just around the corner. The dead of winter will give way to new crops and new animals, new sights and new sounds. And some familiar ones, too. To help us prepare, and remember, what it feels like to live and work in our world, take a walk through the Five Senses of Farming – sounds, sights, taste, smell and touch.

March will be here before we know it…

https://ofbf.org/2013/02/07/the-five-senses-of-farming/

 

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Kelli Milligan Stammen is director of publications for the Ohio Farm Bureau.