Successful Farming Radio
Remember pumping water by hand on grandma and grandpa’s farm? Hand pumps are back in style with folks off the grid or those who want a backup.
A program in Iowa provides women with advanced education in beef or dairy farming. They learn about their operations in a unique way.
Whether you grow corn or cotton, get up close and personal with your crops. A scouting routine helps you identify problems before they get out of control.
Before you hit the road transporting livestock, give the truck and trailer a good inspection so you and your livestock have a safe ride.
A new tool helps producers monitor weather-related stress levels on cattle. It measures the severity and duration of extreme heat or cold.
Attract tour groups to your agritourism business. The more authentic and unique the experience, the better chance a tour bus will pay you a visit.
When kids graduate from college and come home to farm, they assume they are a decision-maker. Parents and know-it-all kids need to work together.
No matter what you show at the fair, whether it’s poultry or pigs, there is a risk of disease transmission. Stay tuned for tips on keeping your show animals healthy.
Draining a wetland on your farm for crop production can get you in trouble. But, there are exemptions to the law that you may not know about.
Pinkeye is a disease in cattle that’s highly contagious and can lead to blindness if it’s not treated. Learn what the signs are and how to prevent it.