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Pam Smith
Wordsmith for DTN and Progressive Farmer magazine. Tweets about agriculture, writing, crops, bees, therapy dogs, sheep, kid-lit, baking, bicycling are all mine.
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DTN/Progressive Farmer Nov 30
Rita the Hay Rake is the best kind of friend.
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Lots of great free agronomic resources here.
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Grammar Guy: Nominees for the 2020 word of the year via
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Pam Smith Nov 30
Replying to @meshellj28
We are a ways from that yet. Lucy tried last night and Willa jumped on her and bit her on the ear.
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DTN/Progressive Farmer Nov 30
In these unprecedented times, it’s even more important to arm yourself with the strategic insights you need to reevaluate your business plan and operations. Join us for the DTN Ag Summit Virtual Experience December 7-9, 2020! Learn more:
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Pam Smith Nov 30
Dreaming of corn!
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Pam Smith Nov 29
That's awesome...even better than a puppy!
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Pam Smith Nov 29
I need to make this again!
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Pam Smith Nov 29
Replying to @Farmlvngirl
Send me your address. My mid-night typing without glasses is obviously not being spell checked!!
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Pam Smith Nov 29
Replying to @AgNews_Otto
Being the oldest of five children, I definitely recall the sentiment.
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Pam Smith Nov 29
Replying to @Farmlvngirl
How many would you like? Send e a Dm with tour address!
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Pam Smith Nov 28
We are having a sit in. Lucy is like really why am I being tested.
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Andrew Pritchard Nov 28
I just love a good cold season sunset gradient.
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Pam Smith Nov 28
Replying to @skydrama
Oh that's lovely!
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Pam Smith Nov 27
Replying to @allifarm @TheChadColby
My first puppy of my life. My don't let life pass you by dog? Lucy was one when I got her. So I never really experienced the puppy stage.
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Pam Smith Nov 27
Replying to @allifarm @TheChadColby
Yes. She's been kind of lonely with not being able to do visits. Not any longer. She's nearly 8. It takes a couple of years before they make good therapy dogs. So we will see if Miss Willa has the temperament for it. If not, that's fine too.
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Jocelyn Anderson Photography Nov 27
When I felt the light pressure of one foot instead of two I checked the video to see if it was my Tufted Titmouse friend with the injured left leg. It was! It’s the second bird in the video. I’ve noticed this bird for about a week; I make sure it gets all the snacks it wants.
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Pam Smith Nov 27
Replying to @allifarm @TheChadColby
She is! I thought this might keep her (and me) young!
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DTN/Progressive Farmer Nov 27
Bigger is not necessarily better when it comes to farming. Christi Bland's row-crop operation has taught the fourth-generation producer that what really matters is being able to water a crop.
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Emily Unglesbee Nov 25
It's a label-by-label distinction. XtendiMax and Tavium still have growth stage cutoffs; Engenia doesn't:
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