Yup! These Are My Readers (August 2009)
This article contains readers responses to the impact of Dr. Farmer's writing on their lives.
Dr. Farmer Squirms, Explains, Apologizes (April 2005)
The article gives Dr. Farmer's rationale on why he wrote the way he did on the article "Eight Ways a Woman Can Make a Farmer Miserable." H e also analyzes the differenct kind of responses he got from the article and what it might mean in the way of male/female relationships.
VAL FARMER, YOU WROTE MY LIFE
“There an old country song called ‘Hank Williams, You Wrote My Life.’ Well I can say to you, Val Farmer, you wrote my life.
“I was a city transplant to rural Iowa 40 years ago. I sometimes thought I was the only person in the world dealing with certain issues, and then, voila, they would appear in your column. So many of them were so right on, so insightful.
Dr. Farmer Has A New Book On Farm Crisis (November 2000)
This article describes Dr. Farmer's new book, "Honey, I Shrunk the Farm". This book was published on November 1, 2000 and has Dr. Farmer's advice on stress and coping with the farm crisis.
Readers Respond: Keep On Writing (July 2009)
This article contains several responses readers made about the impact of Dr. Farmer's writing in their lives and encouragement to keep on writing.
Stay-At-Home Moms Voice Appreciation (June 2003)
This article contains the thoughts of women who appreciated the perspective of modern day stay-at-home moms in an era when that role for women is underappreciated.
A Mother's Love Never Ceases (January 2000)
This article is about Dr. Frmer's mother who died at age 98 after a long a fruitful life. Dr. Farmer shares his observatons of his mother's life. Many of her characteristics endeared her to her children and grandchildren even though she lived to an advanced age. Her legacy of love carries on into the next generations.