When Mother Nature hands you a drought, fight back. A Kansas farmer and author spells out ways to have a drought-resilient farm.
Calves that die at or soon after birth are often due to calving difficulty. Avoid problems by taking care of heifers before calving.
If you’re using an auger platform on the combine and want to upgrade, now is the time to visit your dealer and ask about a deal on a draper header.
Before you start harvest, take the time to check sensors and yield monitors. Accurate yield data requires accurate calibration.
Profit margins are slim for dairy farmers but they still make sure their cows are fed properly. Stay tuned for the latest trends in dairy nutrition.
Using cattle to graze cover crops is one way to offset some of the costs. If you don’t own cattle, partner up with someone who does.
Crop producers have marketing options to sell corn and soybeans. Different prices and distances from storage to market affects the bottom line.
Missing a sock? Maybe the dog ate it. Dogs eat some strange things and if yours is munching its way through the laundry, find out why.
Gourmet mushrooms are a high-value crop that take a lot of know-how to grow. Here's how a commercial mushroom farm makes it all work.
The finest particles of soil are where the nutrients are held. If you have soil that blows in the wind, you're losing productivity.