To honor and thank farmer veterans, Successful Farming magazine is featuring two of them this month. Learn a bit about these men.
Vaccines are nothing new for battling the PRRS virus in pigs, but there is a new vaccine being developed with a twist in how it’s administered.
Paying attention to detail will save more piglets.
Today’s market for tractors is flooded with offerings and deals. But then again, it depends on what size of tractor you’re looking for.
What do dairy cows and shrimp have in common? They’re being raised on the same farm - not in southern Florida - but in northern Wisconsin.
Seed banks hold the genetic keys to the future success of agriculture – and also play a big role in keeping you healthy.
Rural life is often associated with fresh, country air. Unfortunately, some of the air we breathe is full of particulates that can make us sick.
This year’s hot, dry, and humid weather was stressful for some of the nation’s corn crop. Grain grown in these conditions has a risk of developing aflatoxin.
There are a lot of feeder calves going to market this fall. It’s a buyer’s market, and producers are looking for ways to add value to their calf crop.
If your crops could talk, what would they tell you about the weeds they share soil space with? Quite a bit actually, if you pay attention.