Oh Christmas Tree...
November 28, 2016
With Thanksgiving now offically behind us for 2016, our family has started thinking about the Christmas season. For us, Christmas decorating has always been saved for after Thanskgiving (okay, I'll admit, there are years when we are lucky if the tree is up by the first week in December). Growing up, it was a family tradition to go to a Christmas tree farm and pick out the "perfect" tree as a family (in other words, spend far too long arguing over everyone's perfect tree and finally settling on one that none of us had picked). If your Christmas holiday includes a similar tradition, have you ever stopped to wonder just what goes into growing those trees??
Grow Your Knowledge To Grow Your Farm Workshop Series
November 21, 2016
I just bought a farm. I just inherited some land. I am interested in buying some land or a farm….but I am not sure what I want to do with it. What are my options? What is available? And who can I turn to for help with questions or suggestions? These are not uncommon situations or questions; they are arising more and more. To help answer some of these questions, Farm Credit of the Virginias and the Farm Credit Knowledge Center sponsored and organized a 4 part workshop series that ran October through November to help people in this situation get a better grasp on what was available to them.
National Farm City Week
November 14, 2016
I don’t know about you, but now that the election is finally behind us, I am excited to focus on the upcoming holiday season. This is a busy, but fun, time of year for many people…Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah, New Years, time with family and friends, celebrating and enjoying great food.
November 07, 2016
Chances are, if you drive through any rural area on a regular basis, you may have seen some farm equipment on the road in the last couple of weeks. As many of us are beginning our holiday seasons, and looking forward to Thanksgiving, many farmers and farm families are in the middle of some of their busiest times.