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Sweetpea’s Evening Ag News is the independent voice and blog of Sweet Savannah Writing Services. We are dedicated to shining the spotlight on individuals, businesses, and non-profit organizations involved in the diverse world of agriculture!

We also publish other articles of interest to those involved in the farming and gardening communities.

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Introducing SaskDutch Kid- Where Dairy Farming & YouTube Meet

By Kim Buddington If you’re anything like me, you’ve probably inadvertently found yourself up here. Wide awake, 3 hours past your bedtime, thanks to watching video after video on YouTube. It’s just so easy to do, right? One can search up and watch videos about anything on the planet. You can go from episodes of old TVContinue reading “Introducing SaskDutch Kid- Where Dairy Farming & YouTube Meet”

Welcome to Aussakita Acres- Where People & Animals Connect

By Kim Buddington Have you ever heard of or been part of a Piglet Social? What about a yoga class…among goats? At Aussakita Acres Farm in Manchester, Connecticut, you can experience both of these unique activities, and so much more! For the past 12 years, farm owner and Professional Dog Obedience Trainer, Tracy Longoria hasContinue reading “Welcome to Aussakita Acres- Where People & Animals Connect”

Milk Quality Control- For the Homestead & Hobby Farm

By Kim Buddington For many farming folks, the most wonderful time of the year is here. Well, the most wonderful…and stressful…springtime kidding/calving/lambing season. Babies are everywhere! Goat kidding season has started back on my family’s farm. My social media feeds are also jammed with newborn livestock of all types. Although I’m currently not working directlyContinue reading “Milk Quality Control- For the Homestead & Hobby Farm”

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