Successful Farming Radio
The Successful Farming Radio Podcast is an internet version of the Successful Farming Radio Show.
What beef cattle eat and how much across different life stages has been hard to assess. A study at the University of Illinois is analyzing forage and grain intake.
Recognizing the work of rural women around the world through the International Food Policy Research Institute.
Mice and rats are creatures of opportunity. The contents of your outbuildings might be their good fortune.
Extension Forage Specialist Garry Lacefield at the University of Kentucky says a little work this fall can mean big returns next spring and summer.
Don Pettey of Altoona, Iowa builds and shows the little engines that could.
Carryover grain and the commodity market is going to be a factor for storing this fall’s crop.
It's the producer's job to make the transition from mom-to-feed-bunk as smooth as possible.
Leaving crop residue on the ground improves soil health and saves you money.
Farmland lease agreements benefit both the landowner and the tenant, but there needs to be good communication on what’s fair.
Be sure to inspect the trailer from top-to-bottom before signing on the dotted line.