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Designing A Corn Maze

At 22, Scott Skelly already has a national reputation in his field – corn.

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Adopt a Maple Tree – $120

It makes Bob Vasseur chuckle that people from around the world have “adopted” maple trees in his family’s Bragg Hill sugarbush through his neighbor Dori Ross’s year-old Tonewood Maple business.


Meet the Salt Farmers

From the outside, Midge Jolly’s newest salt house looks like an igloo that went long instead of domed.


Inventor Creates Machine That Harvests Dry Rice

The machine can pick up 120 tons of unhusked rice in eight hours, consuming only four liters of petrol.


Automatic Waterer Keeps Fresh Water Flowing For Chickens

First and foremost, we’re full time homesteaders.


Niche Biz: Farm Websites

Huntley said a Web site gives farmers exposure they might not otherwise have, particularly when they’re looking for a farm through a search engine.


A Family of Beekeepers

What started as a trip to the library has now turned into a family-owned business that a local husband and wife team are hoping will encourage others in Utah County to want to take on their love of bees.


Potato Farmer/Inventor Makes Sorters Affordable

Jones said he was motivated to create the E-Sorter because he wanted to give growers a better option at a better price.


Weird: Corn Growing Robot

“This kind of parallel robot is made up of four towers that could be installed on any kind of land, either flat or on a slope, even on rough, rugged ground,” the aspiring engineer said.


Feeding Into The Backyard Chicken Trend

Emrich, a former investment manager, started Backyard Chicken Run two years ago.

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