Keeping a farm journal is a rewarding practice for beginners and experts alike. Unfortunately, it is one that often goes neglected because most of us tend to make it much more complicated than it needs to be.
Writing in your farm journal really can be very simple. With time and patience, you can find a method that fits your unique circumstances and helps you get the most out of the learning process.
In the posts below, you will find out:
- Why you might want to consider keeping a farm journal.
- What to write your entries in.
- When to add to your journal.
- How to write entries with value.
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