agri.CULTURE

Showcasing farm living.

"There is a comfort in being exposed to farm people. Follow along as I share conversations with you. If you listen, you will find that most of these people would trade nothing for the lessons learned - lessons that produce strength of character and solid foundations for generations to come. I invite you to visit my facebook page to enjoy the daily glimpses into the lives of these rural people." ~Sue Tebow

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Why do I do this?

Why do I do this?

An interview with Sue Tebow

We asked Sue Tebow to tell us WHY she started agri.CULTURE illuminating the values of country living. More...

agri.CULTURE Published Nov 20, 2019
We met in college

We met in college

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“We met in college…her Dad came to me and said that his daughter needed somebody to rope with in college rodeo. We were both going to school in Walla Walla and we both were roping. More...

agri.CULTURE Published Feb 20, 2018
A 6 year old Molly named Jessie

A 6 year old Molly named Jessie

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“The mule pictured is Jessie, she is a 6 yr. old Molly (female). More...

agri.CULTURE Published Feb 20, 2018
At my own pace

At my own pace

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“Well, this team here is easy to drive… Ike and Stan. I bought them in Montana from a guy who had a stroke and his wife thought it was dangerous for him to hitch them. More...

agri.CULTURE Published Feb 20, 2018
Marge (the truck)

Marge (the truck)

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“We met because of Marge. At the time my teenage son and I decided to buy a 6x6 truck. More...

agri.CULTURE Published Feb 20, 2018
Each rock is one less

Each rock is one less

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"I remember sitting on the bucket, bouncing along while Mom drove the tractor through the field. If I saw a rock I would point her in the right direction. More...

agri.CULTURE Published Feb 20, 2018
A full schedule

A full schedule

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“We like to go fishing, camping and everything the area has to offer as a family. My daughter is a senior and she is going to running start. More...

agri.CULTURE Published Feb 20, 2018
I call them my littles

I call them my littles

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“I tend to dive head first into things that I do….. More...

agri.CULTURE Published Feb 3, 2018
Soap and brushes

Soap and brushes

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“I do all the cleaning in the milking parlor. There are 20 milking machines here so that’s a lot of cleaning. More...

agri.CULTURE Published Feb 3, 2018
Sheep are my favorite

Sheep are my favorite

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“My dad brought home bum lambs all the time. Sheep were always my favorite project. More...

agri.CULTURE Published Feb 3, 2018
Red wigglers

Red wigglers

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“These are composting worms, they are called red wigglers. They like to be in the vegetative matter, so they like to be on the top 2 to 4 inches of the organic matter. More...

agri.CULTURE Published Feb 2, 2018
I had two options

I had two options

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“I started this business last spring, right before hayin’ season. I started out peaking stacks then started getting calls to load trucks. More...

agri.CULTURE Published Jan 30, 2018
We Live on a Pig Farm

We Live on a Pig Farm

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“My pig had a littler of 12 and we just weaned them. They are so funny and fun to play with. More...

agri.CULTURE Published Dec 23, 2017