Successful Farming Radio
The household lubricant WD-40 is celebrating an anniversary. I can tell you how it got its name, but the formula is top secret.
A new insect threat has been found in Midwestern soybean fields. The soybean gall midge is increasing in severity and geography.
When the pumpkin patch has worn out its welcome, let the cattle to clean it up. Pumpkin is a good source of energy and protein for beef cattle.
Boundaries between cities and agricultural land are becoming increasingly blurry. It’s important to understand the right-to-farm laws in your state.
Need a hopper bottom grain trailer to transport grain? This might be a good time to check out the deals on late-model trailers.
Evaluate the condition of your pasture with a score card. Scoring ten components can help identify and prioritize management practices.
Farmers haul big equipment over train tracks every day, but sometimes they lose focus and forget about the train. Stay safe at railroad crossings.
When the cash crops aren’t growing in the fall and spring, protect the soil with a cover crop. Cereal rye is a good one to start with.
Touch your machinery engines and listen to them. Paying attention to noise, vibration and harshness can help you determine engine condition.
As the weather changes, check the rodent control you’re using in livestock buildings. Rodents can compromise biosecurity and health of your animals.