Maple syrup is iconic to Canada. Most likely because so much of the world’s maple syrup comes from Canada, specifically from the provinces of Quebec, Ontario, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia.
One of the many questions I get about keeping honeybees in Saskatchewan is “How do they survive the winter?” Well, for winter, I wrap them up snug as a bug in a rug. Literally.
Ever been confused by the variety of choices in the egg section of the grocery store? Me too. We are extremely blessed here in Canada to have such numerous choices for food, including eggs.
Anyone want to go back to the 1930s and farm in foot-deep-dust? Me neither. Farming practices and advancements in technology have allowed farmers to reduce or eliminate the need to plow their land to prepare it for planting.
Part of the excitement of the spring is planting the crop into the unknown future of the growing season! Both my son and daughter experience this with me in the tractor while planting is taking place.
Have you ever taken a fresh pea pod, opened it up and taken the peas out? You’re effectively harvesting the peas, which really isn’t that dissimilar from a combine harvester, just on a different scale.
I love fall and here is my daughter and I harvesting the peas and peace. I always enjoy the weekends when my kids can ride with me in the combine and we can talk one on one for hours without video games!