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    Out Here - Summer 2016

    Out Here Magazine - Summer 2016 - Tractor Supply Co. Out Here Magazine - Summer 2016 - Tractor Supply Co.

    Branching Out

    Bill Nelson retired in 1984 after three decades at the telephone company and eagerly went full time into the Florida citrus groves where he had grown up working alongside his father.

     

    Indeed, Bill had spent nearly his entire life on his family’s farm in Fort Pierce, Fla., working before and after work and on weekends. Now, he could spend his days outside, tending to his trees and the fruit stand that he and his wife, Charlotte, operated.

     

    But the new full-time farmer practically was met by an outbreak of citrus canker that hit Florida in the mid-1980s like a fierce hurricane. The highly contagious disease, which nearly devastated the state’s citrus industry, causes citrus trees to decline in health until they produce no fruit.

     

    “It about shut us down,” Bill recalls.

     

    Some growers lost everything they had, but the Nelson family persevered.

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    Grow a Window Box Garden

    Window Box - Tractor Supply Co.

    Paint may be the fastest way to update a home’s interior, but seasonal flowers and foliage create instant impact outside. While container plantings add nice splashes of color, few can compare to the charming look of lavishly planted window boxes.

     

    Window boxes are a beautiful finishing touch to a home’s exterior, and they can be enjoyed from the inside, too. All it takes is filling window boxes with fragrant summer flowers and throwing open the windows.

     

    Before planting a box with flowers and hanging it under a window, take time to think about the look you want to create. Instead of deciding which flowers you want to plant, picture the empty space under your windows and start from there.

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    In the Ring with Livestock Judges

    Blue Ribbon - Tractor Supply Co.

    The moment the lambs walk into the ring at a county fair, livestock judge Darren Clouse has a good idea of which one will walk away with the blue ribbon.

     

    “A clean, attractive lamb that is calm and at ease (with its handler) stands out and gets my attention,” explains Clouse, a sheep rancher in Sheridan, Ind., who has been judging lambs for more than two decades.

     

    Although Clouse might pick favorites based on his initial impressions, he acknowledges that it takes an experienced judge and close inspection of each animal to choose a winner.

     

    So, what does it take to win? With county fair season in full swing and coveted blue ribbons up for grabs, three livestock judges share what they look for in the ring.

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    Meet The Chocolatier-Farmer

    Chocolatier-Farmer - Tractor Supply Co

    On her childhood farm, Lisa Nelson grows tomatoes, squash, apples, strawberries, pears, and other familiar fruits and vegetables. But what she creates with that harvest is acres away from ordinary.

     

    Lisa uses her fresh fruits, vegetables, and herbs to flavor her farm-crafted Roots Chocolates. The bite-sized beauties have fans close to her home near Wisconsin Dells, Wis., and from far away, thanks to her online store.

     

    “I wake up thinking of chocolate and, ‘Oh, I think these two flavors will go well together,’” Lisa says about her sweet obsession. “I dream in chocolate.”

     

    But being a small-batch chocolatier wasn’t her first profession. For 15 years, Lisa worked in computer technology, until losing her management job in 2009 during the dot-com bust. In retrospect, it was the best thing that ever happened to her.

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