Farm4Fun w/ Nick Hansen
Nothing like brining in a friend and fan of the podcast for a great episode to enjoy during harvest. With young love in the air the hosts try to share some marriage advice with Nick Hansen. Listen in and have some #Farm4Fun with us!
- Where is he from
- What does he farm
- Crops, Hay, Cattle
- How has the growing season treated him in 2022?
- Does he farm with family?
- Is the family about to get bigger?
- How did he meet his fiancé?
- When is the wedding?
- Are we all invited?
- Who is she?
- INSERT Marriage advice (ON BOTTOM OF PAGE)
- Did he always want to be a farmer?
- Growing up with siblings?
- What happened to his eye?
- Did he get tired of Tanner’s school always beating his school?
- Tanner is much cooler now right?
- Why tiktok?
- Northern Chill Water – is it really that good?
- What does the future hold?
- How is the home remodeling going?
- What is something hard he went through that he had to overcome?
- Would you Rather
- Would you rather have to play Nebraska and lose each year or never win a conference championship?
- Would you rather only be able live and farm in Nebraska or be a banker in Iowa?
- Would you rather only be allowed to grow peppers in Iowa or be able to raise corn in NE?
- Would you rather never be stuck in traffic again or never get another cold?
- Would you rather be completely invisible for one day or be able to fly for one day?
- Would you rather have super sensitive taste buds or super sensitive hearing?
- Best ag SWAG gift you have ever been given or gave away?
- New Question
- What is the best advice you have been given?
Never leave the house without saying goodbye.
Keep your spouse’s secrets—no matter how small.
When bringing up a complaint or criticism, start with a compliment first.
Split the household chores evenly.
Change things up to avoid boredom.
Don’t ever stop going on dates.
But make certain topics off-limits during date night.
Don’t try to change your spouse.
Understand that love changes over time—and embrace that change.
Leave little love notes around the house for your spouse to find.
And spend some quality time apart, too.
Remember to thank your spouse, even for the little things.