Successful Farming Radio
The Successful Farming Radio Podcast is an internet version of the Successful Farming Radio Show.
A Kansas State University professor is working on technology to combat viruses in farm crops. It would give plants a fighting chance.
This year’s Pork Powerhouses survey is showing a lot of expansion in the sow industry. Learn more about Betsy Freese’s exclusive report.
Al Kluis comes to your home in Successful Farming magazine with advice on commodity trading. Learn more about Al and his number one tip for farmers.
The Thanksgiving holiday has its roots in ancient harvest festivals. For those first Pilgrims, getting a bountiful harvest was a huge endeavor.
Winter is hard on water pipes, especially in unheated outbuildings. Take steps now to winterize pipes, and save a lot of time, money, and headaches.
Winter is hay-feeding time. Do you know its nutritional value? The only way to know what’s in your hay is to sample it and have it analyzed.
Technology is sensing the way ahead in agriculture. Learn how smart sensors are impacting the industry now and in the future.
Octane and cetane numbers are the standard measure of performance of a fuel. Understanding the differences between them will help your engines run better.
Spend a day or to putting hay bales out on fields for the cattle herd. Bale grazing over winter cuts down on labor, and improves the soil.
It’s common practice for farmers to spread manure on fields in the winter. But doing it right depends on field topography, weather patterns, and common sense.