Successful Farming Radio
Deciding on the best time of day to cut hay depends on weather, the climate where you live… and did I say the weather?
Use your old machinery tires as livestock waterers in the pasture. Ice, and even mean bulls can’t destroy them.
Drinking the water from a flooded well can make you sick. Have the well cleaned and disinfected to make sure the water is safe.
Not every crop comes up the way it’s supposed to the first time around. Stay tuned for tips on how to decide if your field should be replanted.
If disaster struck your farm today, do you have an emergency plan in place? Take steps now to prepare for the worst.
A good ventilation system in the hog barn is necessary for a healthy environment. The fans in that system should also be energy efficient.
Hail storms can cause severe defoliation on crops and impact yield. Do a stand assessment to determine if you should replant or let it be.
When you live on a farm, the smell of “fresh country air” might be pleasant to you but not so much for your neighbors. What to do about farmstead odors.
Grass waterways are an important part of a soil conservation plan. You have to maintain them, so they continue carrying runoff water from a field .
Severe root pruning by corn rootworm larvae can dramatically impact the corn crop yield. Know what to look for now and later.