Uncover hidden savings on your farm with an energy assessment. Your utility company can help you lower your energy bills.
If you have perfect growing conditions for corn, chances are you’re growing a pretty good crop of corn rootworms as well.
Conservation measures can put money in your pocket. A study shows using cover crops and no-till improves the soil and the bottom line.
Pastures are more than just food for grazing livestock. They’re also habitat for wildlife. Manage your grasslands for the best diversity.
Pumping well water doesn’t get any cheaper than free. Install a windmill and let the wind provide the power to bring water up for livestock or household use.
Owning a dog can bring your family unconditional love and companionship. Before you bring home man’s best friend, do your homework so you choose the right one.
Sometimes you’ve gotta sweat the small stuff. It’s the tiniest particulate matter in livestock facilities that cause allergies and other respiratory problems.
When you attach a liquid tank to an ATV or UTV, be careful. All that liquid sloshing around can flip you over.
Weeds don’t go away but you can win the fight. Start clean, and use residual herbicides and timely post-emergence applications.
Phosphorus is an essential nutrient in soil for plant growth. Managing phosphorus depends a lot on your soil’s chemistry.