Successful Farming Radio
Is it a “kiy-o-tee” or a “kiy-ote”? Call them what you want, but these wild canines can cause a lot of trouble on your property.
Some of your hay is going to have mold in it. The decision of whether or not to feed moldy hay to your livestock is a tough one.
You may soon be able to select cattle that drink less, but still do well in drought or heat stress. Researchers are working on the genetics of water intake.
Biofertilizers are the new “it” product for crops. Here's how to make sure you’re not buying snake oil.
In the market for a used semi-truck? Knowing exactly what you want and how much others have paid for it will give you a leg up at the bargaining table.
Soybean farmers having trouble selling their crop should consider feeding them to beef cattle. In small amounts, soybeans are a good source of protein.
Bulls are dangerous and can quickly become aggressive. Reading their behavior and knowing how to react can save you from injury.
You can’t see it, but greenhouse gasses might be wafting from your fields. Rotate your crops so they don’t have gas.
The desire for transparency is giving farm visitors front row seats to the poultry industry. Peek in on this first-of-its-kind chicken house.
Get rid of insects munching on the grain in your grain bin. Turn on the fans, drop the temperature, and freeze ‘em to death.