• T.J. Burnham

    Sometimes A Great Moment

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     by T.J. Burnham
     on November 29, 2013

    I can't get over the feeling that we are on the brink of a great agricultural age. When I look at how the world population is about to mushroom, combined with the fact our industry has never been so technologically tweaked to precision and efficiency, it seems our time has come. How can it not be so? Food is the elemental essential, and that is what we do. As the global community widens an unprecedented need for protein and fundamental nutrients, our role will become more pivotal than…

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  • T.J. Burnham

    Blogging Into Winter

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     by T.J. Burnham
     on November 27, 2013

    I have met people who say they actually like it when the time change brings early day darkness along with cold rain, snow and otherwise nasty weather. I am a spring person pretty much, but do enjoy the low sun months of October and November, as you know. There is a cozy cottage mystique about this time of year when we cloister in our little nesties and light a fire in the fireplace and sip a little Cabernet as we curl with the new Stephen King thriller. Yep, there is something to be said for…

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