Kelly Rogers, Author at Mississippi Farm Country

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Farm Facts: Christmas Trees

Nothing quite beats the smell of a live Christmas tree. Just a whiff of the pungent needles instantly transports you


Discover the Historic Newton Depot

This historic train station has been repurposed and transformed into a beautiful, rustic event venue for the community to enjoy.


Why the Mississippi River Inspires Great Literature

This majestic body of water has inspired authors throughout the ages, prompting great works of art such as Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn.

Delta Grind

GIVEAWAY: Delta Grind

Handcrafted in the heart of Mississippi since 2000, Delta Grind is a small, family-run business producing delicious, 100% natural, stone-ground

  • Food
  • November 10, 2020
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8 Farm Facts About Grain Sorghum

How much do you know about sorghum (or milo), one of the most versatile (and lesser known) grains that is grown in America today?

  • Farm
  • August 17, 2020
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Mississippi’s Favorite Condiment: Jezebel Sauce

Named after the biblical temptress, Jezebel, the namesake sauce is a regional favorite that’s as versatile as it is delicious.

  • Food
  • August 11, 2020
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The Gin at Rasberry Greene

Discover Rustic Rasberry Greene

Located in SoSo, Mississippi, the Gin at Rasberry Greene is a picturesque event venue, perfect for weddings, parties and more.


GIVEAWAY: C.J.’s Southern Seasonings

Seasoned Success Husband-and-wife team Cedric and Joan Anderson know a thing or two about what it takes to make delicious

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Made in MS: It’s a Miracle

Mississippi Miracle Clay creates delectable skin care products with fresh, natural ingredients intended to replace popular chemical-filled products.

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Krazy for Koolickles

When it comes to creative treat combinations, this is a new one for the books: koolickles, the colorful kool-aid-infused pickles.