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If you can see me my invisibility cloak isn’t working

If you can see me, my invisibility cloak isn't working
Posted in: January 29, 2017

Daisy the Life Size Tama Cow is being put out to pasture but we want her to go to a good home. As her final act we are auctioning her off to the highest bidder with all monies raised going to Breast Cancer Ireland.
We would ask for the support of Individuals, Businesses, Merchants, Co-Ops & Groups to give her a good send off. The auction will close 5pm Saturday Feb 11th at the FTMTA show and she will be delivered once payment is received.

Breast Cancer Ireland - Daisy Life Size Tama Cow
Posted in: January 29, 2017

We’d like to share this sad story about the Modzel Family from Pennsylvania. The Modzels are long-time Tama customers, who, due to a combination of medical bills, loss of crops and federal regulation changes, are facing the possible loss of their farm, which is not only their livelihood, but also their home. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Click here to support “Save the Modzel’s Farm!”

Save the Modzel's Farm!
Posted in: January 29, 2017

Moving all my hay to repeat the cycle in the spring.
Thank you Evan Boman from Minnesota for sharing this great photo with us.

Our pic(k) of the week
Posted in: January 28, 2017

One man is as good as the other
until he is a farmer

Not all men are equal ;-)
Posted in: January 24, 2017

What particular farming jobs do you undertake during the winter?

Winter work is a whole different ball game!
Posted in: January 23, 2017

Farmers make our food.

Farmers make our food
Posted in: January 22, 2017

Austrian deep snow silage.

Our pic(k) of the week
Posted in: January 21, 2017

In winter’s chill or Summer’s heat,
farmers work hard so the world can eat!

Never mind the weather
Posted in: January 20, 2017

I dare you! I double dare you!

It's the last time you milk me with cold hands!
Posted in: January 19, 2017

We are absolutely thrilled to announce that our page has just crossed the 500,000 followers mark! An achievement we didn’t dare dream of when we first opened the page 4 years ago. We’d like to take this opportunity to thank each and every one of our half million fans for your incredible support, and invite you to keep sharing your thoughts, photos and insights with us.
From our side, we promise to continue to think of creative ways to support agriculture in general, but more specifically baling, and most importantly to keep providing our many customers around the globe with Farm Grown Solutions

Thank you for 500,000
Posted in: January 18, 2017

Which one is your truck?

Tying the knot and wrapping it up
Posted in: January 17, 2017

What’s yours?

The first question on a first date: what color is your tractor... ?
Posted in: January 15, 2017

I’m dancing in the rain

Some people walk in the rain, others just get wet.
Posted in: January 12, 2017
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