Everything Dies on a Farm

It’s not an exaggeration to say that every important thing I learned growing up on a farm, every idea that went on to truly shape not only my worldview but my identity, had to do with death.

The thing is, on a farm, everything dies, and everything is meant to die. People love to rush along to the part where dead things become compost or food for the living and therefore everything is reborn into new life. But I’m telling you, it takes time to get from death to new life, and death is not…

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Sarah Mock

Sarah Mock

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Author of Farm (and Other F Words), pre-order now: https://bit.ly/2JTY90i. Rural issues and agriculture writer/researcher. Not a cheerleader, not the enemy.