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Who would have thought...

Who would have thought...

Who would have thought I would ever give two poops about Farmer Joe and his job. I grew up in the city of Estevan, Saskatchewan. A tiny place, that barely makes the cut to actually be called a city. The Energy City. Nicknamed for the various energy producing industries in the area. We have a couple power plants, a coal mine, gas plants, and oil. Sprinkled here and there with agriculture of all sorts, it is Saskatchewan after all. I had tid-bits of information I picked up along the way regarding the mega industries but one thing I never really...

Oct 10, 2017 1 comment

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Once Upon A Time...

Once Upon A Time...

Holy smokes. I'm not sure how bloggers do it. I'm sitting here, trying to figure out how the heck you start writing a blog. I'm so nervous I'm just about sweating! No one's even here. This is ridiculous. Let's try this:Once upon a time, a family of four moved from a tiny city of 13,000 people, to a tiny village of 130. That may be being generous.The oldest child, 5 years of age, was about to begin at a new school. Also new to him, bussing. The poor little boy had to be on the bus at 730am and did...

Mar 08, 2017 0 comments

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Meet Kelsey - Our Favourite Little Peanut!

Meet Kelsey - Our Favourite Little Peanut!

Kelsey is an integral part of our team here at the mill. She works in our cleaning plant with Brock cleaning all of our grain and processing our flours & cereals. Since she plays such an important part in the process of getting our grain to your table I thought you might like to get to know her a little better. I sat down this morning and had an interview with Kels to find out some more about her. I had a list of 5 questions for her that I'm going to be asking the rest of our team so...

Mar 08, 2017 0 comments

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Grandma Shirley's Wisdom - Bread Baking & More

Grandma Shirley's Wisdom - Bread Baking & More

  My grandma spent most of her childhood on the farm where I now live. In her time, things were a lot different. They knew how to live off the land a lot more efficiently than we do today, and the knowledge that my grandma has is invaluable. They had a huge garden that they preserved a lot of to get them through the winter, a milk cow, chickens, ducks, horses and grain. Grocery store bread was barely even available back then, so they made most if not all of it by hand. I've been spending time with my grandma...

Mar 08, 2017 0 comments

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Start With Why.

There have been a couple points in my life where I felt a major shift in the person I am and the direction I want to go in life. One of those points was when I was introduced to Alvin Scheresky, the man who first started this mill. Alvin was a wealth of knowledge on many topics, but the one I find most interesting is health & healing. Whenever we would talk on the phone, I'd constantly be taking notes. He introduced me to Brix and calcium testing for my soil. He taught me that flax is best consumed ground...

Mar 08, 2017 0 comments

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