The Midwest (and soon-to-be Northeast) has encountered a lot of snow, ice and wind in the past day or so. Winter weather advisories and blizzard warnings have been issued across multiple states, while schools and businesses quickly made announcements that they would be closing their doors early.

While many folks have been able to stay at home and relax on these wintry days, farmers don’t get the day off, as many agvocates shared via social media.

Today, we’d like to hear from farmers and agvocates – share your snow-covered farm photos and tell us about your winter storm story.

We look forward to hearing from you at!

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Comment by Lely North America on February 15, 2011 at 7:52am
Timothy - Thank you for sharing your story! Glad to hear you and others were able to stay safe, thanks to a caring farmer.
Comment by Timothy Kreye on February 14, 2011 at 6:59pm
I am a herdsman at Larson Acres Dairy in Evansville, WI.  The weather called for about two feet of snow with 6 to 10 foot drifts from the blowing wind.  Mike, the farmer, had graciously opened up the conference room for any employees who wanted to stay the night.  Several guys took up his offer, and good thing they did, all schools and businesses were shut down the next morning except the road crews and of course, the hard working farmers.  And do not forget to thank your milkman who drives the roads every day and night in every weather extreem.  God Bless


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