Successful Farming Radio
Properly weaning calves is critical for growth. It’s the job of the producer to make the transition from mom-to-feed-bunk as smooth as possible.
Harvest is just weeks away and maybe you’re in the market for a late-model combine. It’s a buyer’s market on used machines.
Deciding on which cattle to cull and which ones to keep impacts future herd performance and profitability. There are many factors in that decision.
Groundhogs are popular on February 2nd, but if they’ve taken up residence under your shed they're never welcome. Their burrows can cause damage.
There are grain storage options beyond the bin. The key is to keep the grain dry and provide enough aeration to control the grain temperature.
Planter parts wear out and technology changes. You could trade your planter, or save money by upgrading what you already own.
If the rain has been sparse this summer, give your trees a drink. Fruit and shade trees are forming buds now for next year’s growth.
: Providing a food plot for wildlife will help them through the winter. You don’t have to plant anything special, make the most of what’s already there.
The chance of mosquitoes transmitting West Nile virus goes up this time of year. A Nebraska entomologist knows about it first-hand.
The University of Illinois is raising the bar on animal nutrition innovation. Construction is underway on a Feed Technology Center.