Successful Farming Radio
An invisible line in the United States separates the arid west from the humid east. It’s called the 100th meridian, and it’s shifting.
Every summer, thousands of teenagers in the Midwest brave heat, bugs, mud, and rain in the cornfield. This is a tale of detasseling.
If you’re looking for a used chore tractor, top line tractors from the 1970s and 80s offer the best price-per-horsepower value.
Things never go as planned on the farm. By listening to your partners instead of your own thoughts, it’s a lot easier to solve problems in tough times.
Raccoons can be a real nuisance. These ring-tailed bandits work 24-7 to outsmart you, so don't do anything to encourage them.
Forest farming provides extra income while you're waiting for the trees to mature. Almost any plant that thrives in shade can be grown among the trees.
Crops pull moisture out of the soil and transpire it into the atmosphere. If it’s feeling really humid today, blame the corn.
Soybean fields can be damaged and even destroyed when the deer start munching on them. A South Carolina researcher is keeping deer out with repellents.
Hay fields are extremely dry in many parts of the country which could lead to machinery fires. Here's how to prevent baler fires.
Aquaculture is the fastest-growing market for soybean meal in the livestock industry. Feeding fish means opportunity for soybean farmers.