Successful Farming Radio
Kids are a great help on the farm when they can drive the tractor. Just make sure they’re ready first.
A cattle disease called anaplasmosis appears to be on the rise. Producers need to be aware of the signs, and how they can prevent it.
As the saying goes, make hay while the sun shines. But what happens if cut hay gets rained on?
Wind turbines standing in agricultural fields are a plus for the crops growing around them. Researchers at lowa State University studied the breezy effects on plants.
Knowing when to make the first cutting of alfalfa requires a couple of things: Understand the stages of plant growth and your forage goals.
We usually consider wind to be the culprit of off-target chemical applications. The same thing can happen when the wind is completely still.
Private well owners are under no obligation to test their water. However, there are certain things you should check to be sure it’s safe to drink.
Livestock mortality is part of raising animals on farms. Composting is an environmentally-sound method of handling the remains.
All the fashionable corn plants will someday be wearing them…tape-based sensors that measure water uptake and more.
Planting season is underway but farmers also need to check on their stored grain. As dewpoint temperatures climb, so does the risk of grain spoilage.