Phosphorus is an essential nutrient in soil for plant growth. Managing phosphorus depends a lot on your soil’s chemistry.
When a gas engine doesn’t start, the spark plug could be the culprit. Learn how to properly test for spark and diagnose issues.
Talk to your dealer about what’s new in implement tire technology. New developments can help them last longer with less soil compaction.
Before you shop for a used row planter, know exactly what you want. How well it’s equipped determines value more than use.
Auctions are a great place to buy livestock from cattle to llamas. You’ll see dozens of animals so put on your cowboy hat and enjoy the process.
Increase the productivity of your pasture by increasing the number of forage species. You’ll also have more organic matter and carbon feeding the soil.
Make sure your manure spreader is calibrated correctly. A five-gallon bucket, some tarps, and a calculator are all you need.
Prescribed fire is an effective land management tool. When done correctly, fire improves habitat for a variety of wildlife species.
Walk through your cattle pasture and look for discarded car batteries. Cattle that lick those batteries are at risk for lead poisoning, especially young calves.
The goal of the farm business is to build equity for the long term. Evaluate your assets and how you spend farm income.