Farm Life Blessing #23

Guest writer: Doug Sattazahn

A blessing shared by many in agriculture is the ability to utilize and appreciate
our past. I say this because on many farms, the past and present are really
intertwined. For example, our 100-year-old barn still houses dairy cows, huge
stacks of hay and large pieces of equipment. How many other businesses can
still utilize such well-aged structures with little or no modernization? Of
course new facilities have their advantages in efficiency, but old barns are
still being used profitably on many farms. They say you need to learn from your
past to prepare for the future, and agriculture has certainly done so.

Read other Farm Life Blessings:

Thanks to Holly Spangler for the inspiration to blog for 30 days in November. Check out her 30 Days on a Prairie Farm

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One Response to Farm Life Blessing #23

  1. Pingback: Farm Life Blessing #30 | gobeyondthebarn

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