Taking steps to fence off Seth Watkins’ water structure provides cleaner water for cattle.
The Wedigs returned to farming and added outdoor recreation for profit and enjoyment.
There’s an island in the rolling sea of corn and beans that is McLeod County, Minnesota, and it’s where wild things live. It’s an island of switchgrass and big bluestem, mostly, and it’s there on purpose.
Convert plant and animal waste into a fine-grained, porous charcoal that helps soils retain nutrients and water.
What comes here, stays here. Diane Price and her husband, Rob Griffith, own a no-kill farm, meaning all their animals -- including goats, chickens, llamas, a few dogs, cats, and a Vietnamese potbellied pig -- will be part of their 16-acre North Carolina farm for the rest of their natural lives.
According to this woman in White Deer, the money is in rams and sheep. Goat buyers are only interested in pedigree and names.