After you’ve filled the silo, stay out of it for a few weeks. The silage fermentation process builds gasses that are hazardous to your health.
Thinking about expanding your mid-sized cattle operation? At some point, you will have to ask yourself when enough cows are enough cows.
Scouting crops for weeds and diseases is time-consuming and detailed. A new scouting app may be your best friend in the field.
The sugarcane aphid is a new pest to the sorghum industry. Early detection and tolerant sorghum hybrids are the best defense.
A water test that proves you have good water coming from your well is a great investment. It could also give you the upper hand in court.
When you purchase seed for the next growing season, it often comes coated with protection against insects and pathogens. Host Jodi Henke talks with Syngenta Seed Care Specialist Chad Vest about how and why seeds are treated, how to choose what treatments you need, and does seed color matter?
Despite so much negativity on the farm these days, agriculture is not dead, and never will be. The world depends on it.
Maximize water management in irrigated crops by using an injected surfactant. It holds onto the water and moves it through the soil.
There’s a new nitrification inhibitor to improve nitrogen efficiency in crops. The last EPA-approved inhibitor came out 40-years ago.
Downed corn and wet conditions are just a few of the challenges corn farmers have this fall. Successful Farming's Jodi Henke talks with Machinery and Technology Dave Mowitz and Denny Bollig, farmer and president of Dragotec USA, about getting the most out of your combines and corn heads. Learn how to harvest downed corn, prevent ear and grain losses, and make sure your corn head is operating like a champ for the best harvest possible.