Our band name was created as a result of our recent appearance at the Casa Grande "Agri"-Country Bluegrass Festival and like most musical performers, we decided to produce a selection of songs to be available for sale after our performance. Over the years, we have been asked numerous times if we have recordings of the music we play at our farm tours. So finally, we have made this
Pinal County Fun This weekend (January 23, 24, 2016) Al has been recruited as the Master of Ceremonies for the outdoor stage at Pinal County's Agri-Country Bluegrass Festival (see Al in the center of photo above, with the autoharp). Bluegrass friend Bill Breen will be the M/C for the main stage indoors. There is a really great lineup of bands which will be appearing at both
We will soon be planting cotton for next year. Keep checking back and we will watch it grow!
Cotton Module Builder: Demo for Guests We definitely did not have Chamber of Commerce weather but we had a fun tour. Got drizzled on, heard some thunder, worried the drizzle would turn to rain before we finished the field tour but thankfully it only drizzled until we go back to the house lot. We never want to complain about rain, because we so desperately need it. According to the
Arizona Tours Take Many Forms We enjoyed another Chamber of Commerce weather day. We had a really fun group which included the "Over the Hill Gang". They rode their motorcycles from Mesa and Apache Junction to our farm after they stopped in Coolidge at Tag's Restaurant. Thank you Deb Diede for organizing this group. Safe travels.
Cotton Farm Tours Caywood Farms will start hosting farm tours beginning Tuesday, October 28. We are busy getting everything just right for our guests. Come join us for an entertaining and informative presentation in our new building (shown at right) followed by a hayride through our farm property (see guests riding our wagon above)! As part of the hayride, you will see a
Introducing my Parents The photo at the right is of Tom and Sammie Caywood. They are on a 1947 Minneapolis Moline Tractor. My dad used this tractor for many years for spraying ditch banks. He built a platform on the back of it so he could walk behind it, control the speed without having to sit in the seat, and be able to reach out and spray weeds growing on the ditch banks. It sat