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day 16 of farmacology: life by the seasons

One of the things you may not know about farm folks is that

we are all about the seasons. 

Farmers' lives revolve around the seasons. Spring. Planting. Fall. Harvesting. Winter. Snow Removal. Summer. Sweat. 

Nobody knows the weather -- and thus the seasons -- better than a farmer. 

Except maybe the farmer's wife, who keeps just as close an eye on the weather radar to know when to deliver lunch or when rain might keep him home for an afternoon or two. 

So while some people might say that these two pictures were taken two years apart, one in 2013 and one in 2015, we'd say they were taken three corn silages, 1800 calves, one oat silage, three new dogs, one big mustache, two rye silages and a rooster later. 

And either way, we'd all be right. 

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