Successful Farming Radio
The Successful Farming Radio Podcast is an internet version of the Successful Farming Radio Show.
Soil sampling now can give you a leg-up on next year’s fertilizer management plans.
Aim for cool-season plants that produce a lot of volume.
Open up the barn doors so consumers can understand what you do.
Mergers aren’t just for big companies, they’re also happening at the farm gate.
The crop insurance adjuster who determines losses in a field knows exactly how to account for it. Here's how they figure that out.
Lower commodity prices and high input costs are causing more farmers to patchwork-plant less expensive crops across fields with poor soil.
There's a connection between pesticide containers and the drain tile in your fields.
Iowa State University is studying the impact of oil pipeline construction on crop production and soil compaction.
If your herd is infected with the PRRS virus, you may have to sacrifice a few piglets for the good of the rest.
A University of Illinois study says nematode-resistant soybean varieties are beneficial even at low rates of infestation.