Barncast 86 — What to do with Honey

We have another late night show from the barn! In the show this week:

  • Farm Phone: 206-202-GOAT. Great call about rabbits and eggplant
  • Round Up: fall is here
  • Farm: Honey, how to store it, cook with it, etc
  • Life Section: Tractor pull

Give us a shoot on the farm phone 206-202-GOAT or leave us an email gfl@geekfarmlife.com or a comment! I hope you enjoy this weeks show.

The video extra will be up Monday night!

  1. Warren’s avatar

    I love a good tractor pull. We used to live near Nashville, TN and we attended the Wilson County fair there every year. Anyhow, they had an antique tractor pull. It was amazing! These were all real, regular farm tractors but the folks new how to run them and it was a blast! I am glad you showed the video of the tractor pull you saw. It’s hard to describe the fun that can be had!

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  2. Lori’s avatar

    Well,

    All I’ve gotta say is “Nothing runs like a Deere” baby. That blue tractor may have sounded like a race car, but didn’t pull like that first Deere did.

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  3. andrew’s avatar

    It was a lot of fun going to tractor full. Keep in mind the blue “tractor” was pulling something that weighed several times that of the first one.

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  4. shannon’s avatar

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