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Ag Appreciation

(Flickr User Gerard Stafleu)
(Flickr User Gerard Stafleu)
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TONGUES WAG WHEN YOU TALK AG

Probably with the recent rain, we are hearing more talk about the spring crops than ever. Although I don't have a big background in agriculture, I talk to my friend Gary Gollohon fairly regular and try to keep abreast of what's going on in the field.

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(flickr User,David Thibault)
(flickr User,David Thibault)
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IT’S ALL ABOUT AGRICULTURE

Probably here in the Golden Triangle, we pay rapt attention to agriculture because it is our lifeline, and really. our country's lifeline. Agriculture is what the Golden Triangle is all about. Brady area farmer Gary Gollehon reports that Kansas and Oklahoma recently received anywhere from an inch or two of rain

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McEwen Family

Since we are first generation on our ranch, our story will be a little different than most you have read.   Our story begins south of Malta.  Dave had graduated from Colorado State University and was working for a rancher 60 miles south of Malta

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Scalese-Ward Family – by Joe Ward

Dell T Hales first came out to Toole County in the spring of 1910. She was teaching near Ipswitch, South Dakota and 21 years old. She’d grown up near Mt. Sterling, in southeast Iowa, on a farm called Clover Home, where her father raised grain and hay and fed cattle for a company out of Chicago. Her father had taken the family west to South Dakota in hopes of getting enough land to make farmers of his three sons. One of those sons, Miller, went on west to look for land in Montana. He found a couple of adjacent half-sections in Toole County.  You could homestead half a section in those days, and he figured that if he could get Dell to grab the adjacent half-section, he could eventually buy it from her, and maybe have enough land to actually make a living on. Her motivation was to be to get money to finish college.

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Karst Family 1903-2011

Submitted by Herb Karst

A Journey to a New World, A testament to my Grandfather’s courage

The story of the Karst family farm really begins in the spring of 1903 in the small town of Bruckenthal, Austria .  It was then that Adam Karst bid his parents and siblings goodbye and started out his voyage to a land far away from the wars and poverty of Eastern Europe.

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Agriculture Appreciation

Starting on Monday March 7th we will be featuring a different Agriculture family every day Monday through Friday this month on our website www.kesnam.com! You will find interesting stories and pictures of how our producers started out, how they got to where they are today, and how they acquired their land. 

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