Who Are We?
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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Got news you’d like to share? If it has anything to do with growing crops, raising/showing livestock, backyard gardening, or anything else with direct links to the production of food and agricultural lifestyle… we would love to hear about it and feature you in an upcoming post!
Do you have your own agricultural blog or love to write on the topic? We welcome guest posters here too, and are happy to do swaps with other bloggers as well.
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By Kim Buddington Let’s play a little game! What side do you fall on? As you’re seated at the Thanksgiving table, Do you say, “Yes, please!” to the cranberry sauce as it comes around? Or are you a member of team, “Uh, thanks… but no thanks!” as you happily pass the jiggly red stuff along… Read more
By Kim Buddington Today’s consumers want the truth- especially when it comes to agriculture and the dairy industry. Unfortunately, the truth can be hard to find at times, and it seems to get lost in the vast sea of information available at our fingertips. To help make the truth about milk and dairy farms more… Read more
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Renae B. Vander Schaaf firstname.lastname@example.org Essays From My Farmhouse Kitchen The Story of the Orange Sulphur Cosmos Gardens are really a sanctuary for everyone. It is a place to dream, create, work up a sweat pulling those ever present weeds or just enjoy the luxury of the outdoors. My gardens do live up to my… Read more
I am forever thankful to have had the opportunity to grow up being a “fair kid.” If you also grew up putting hours of work, along with blood, sweat, and tears into your livestock projects, you can probably relate. Folks who haven’t had the experience may not get it.