Improving soil health can boost returns on crop production. Host Jodi Henke talks with Jodi DeJong-Hughes, an extension crop educator from the University of Minnesota. Hear about tillage, cover crops, and how to build up your soil's natural immunities against bad things that lie under the surface.
One of the most prized crops grows underground. Truffles have jaw-dropping profit potential and can be grown almost anywhere.
Take advantage of the early fall growing conditions to stockpile pasture for livestock. The longer you can graze, the more money you'll save in feed.
A standby generator will maintain the farm’s electrical needs when the power goes out. It’s an investment that can prevent costly losses.
Soybean farmers are itching to get the combines rolling. But there is a difference between physiological maturity and when the beans are ready for harvest.
The right nutrition for weaned calves will help ensure good performance and health. Quality protein, forage, and water should be in their daily diet.
What insects and diseases challenged corn and soybean growers in 2018? How can producers stay ahead of these pressures in 2019? Listen in as host Jodi Henke and Successful Farming's Crops Technology Editor, Gil Gullickson, talk about the battle against bugs and diseases.
Generate extra income by renting out your woodland and grassy areas to hunters. Read on for some tips on how to set this up.
If you want to know how healthy your soil is, bury your cotton underpants and see what happens to them. I’m not kidding.
Stay out of the grain bins while grain is being loaded or unloaded. Like quicksand, flowing grain can cover a person in seconds.