Successful Farming Radio
No matter what you show at the fair, whether it’s poultry or pigs, there is a risk of disease transmission. Stay tuned for tips on keeping your show animals healthy.
Draining a wetland on your farm for crop production can get you in trouble. But, there are exemptions to the law that you may not know about.
Pinkeye is a disease in cattle that’s highly contagious and can lead to blindness if it’s not treated. Learn what the signs are and how to prevent it.
A new charter school in Indiana is merging academics and agriculture. The school is filling a need for what’s becoming a growing gap.
Succession planning on the farm is more than handing down assets, it’s also passing on wisdom. Parents and kids need to talk.
Herbicide-resistant weeds might be getting the upper hand in your fields. Learn how to tell if your herbicide isn’t knocking them out anymore.
Hog manure produces useful methane gas. Learn how a North Carolina energy company is converting pig poop into power.
Structuring your farm as a limited liability company has many advantages. It benefits taxes, liability, and even succession planning.
Flowing water can form deep gullies as it runs downhill. A grade stabilization structure protects the soil from erosion.
Are you losing money on the farm? Miscommunication and egos may be impacting the bottom line more than the markets and weather.