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Jenny Dewey Rohrich
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Jenny Dewey Rohrich is a self proclaimed country girl. Born and raised in Northern California and growing up in her parent’s butcher shop and deli (chicolockersausage.com), agriculture has always been close to her heart. She recently followed her heart all the way to the rural prairies of North Dakota where she is now married to a Sunflower farmer and works at his Ag supply business. Jenny and her farmer still cannot believe they found found love via Twitter and their life became a true modern day love story. Besides spending time with her farmer, Jenny can be found with a camera in hand capturing the world around her, loves the challenges of bringing culture to the North Dakota prairie through a variety of culinary creations, and using her interior design degree to flip their bachelor pad into a home in their small town of Ashley (population 800). All of this and more can be found on her photography blog: prairiecalifornian.com.

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Entries by Jenny Dewey Rohrich

The Truth About Toxic Wheat

(112) Comments | Posted November 19, 2014 | 11:15 AM

You may or may not have seen this article from the Healthy Home Economist touting wheat is toxic due to being sprayed with Round up (glyphosate) as a pre-harvest. This article brings up some pretty fear inducing statistics for both farmers and non-farmers. Farming is our life and...

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We Love Fear

(22) Comments | Posted September 25, 2014 | 5:33 PM

This post was originally featured on Agriculture.com - Copyright Meredith Corporation

October is coming up and that means Halloween is right around the corner. Now I love Halloween. I love the pumpkins and the awesome decorations and the costumes. But you know what I don't like? Being scared....

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What Are Pesticides, and Why Do We Use Them on the Farm?

(4) Comments | Posted August 11, 2014 | 6:24 PM

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When people talk about using chemicals on the farm, oftentimes they use the word "pesticides." To people outside agriculture, pesticides tends to be the catch-all category for any and all chemical compound we spray on our crops. And honestly, that is far from...

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10 Dinge, die sich in Ihrem Leben radikal verändern, wenn Sie einen Bauern heiraten

(1) Comments | Posted May 21, 2014 | 11:04 AM

Als ich mich in meinen jetzigen Ehemann verliebt habe, konnte ich mir nicht ausmalen, wie unser Leben wohl mal aussehen würde. Ich ahnte, dass es hart werden würde, dass ich viel alleine sein würde und dass alles ziemlich unvorhersehbar werden würde. Eine Ehe ist so oder so eine große Leistung...

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10 Farmwife Realities That it is Farming Season Again

(7) Comments | Posted May 6, 2014 | 11:58 AM

It's one of those things you know is coming... but no matter how much you prepare for it, you just aren't ready... And this weekend it began.

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#Plant 14 has officially started on the farm here in North Dakota. While...

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15 Real Reasons to Date a Farmer

(0) Comments | Posted January 29, 2014 | 3:11 PM

A while ago, eHarmony came out with an article entitled 15 Reasons to Date a Farmer. As I was reading through the 15 reasons, I was literally laughing out loud. The article was EXTREMELY stereotypical. So I figured I'd amend the article a little bit, make it a...

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Do Farmers Have Choices?

(33) Comments | Posted December 10, 2013 | 4:52 PM

There seems to be a consensus going around that farmers have no choice when it comes to the seed they choose to plant. Or if they do have a choice, large corporations like Monsanto force it upon them. And if anybody tries to voice their opinion and let the farmer's...

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10 Ways Marrying a Farmer Will Change Your Life

(183) Comments | Posted October 9, 2013 | 11:33 AM

When I fell in love with my (now) husband, I never imagined what our life would look like on a day to day basis. I had an idea it would be hard, I'd be spending a lot of time alone, and that it was bound to be unpredictable. Being married...

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