How many times have you said to yourself, "this weather is crazy"? Eric Snodgrass is the principal atmospheric scientist with Nutrien Ag Solutions. In this podcast he talks about how the weather affected agriculture in 2021, what he's predicting for the 2022 growing season, and in the meantime trying to help us figure out what Mother Nature is doing.
Peanuts and wheat cause allergic reactions in many people, but there is research underway to develop less allergenic varieties of these foods.
Long-term productivity of a cattle herd depends on high conception rates. Focus on cow body condition and her nutritional program.
If you raise a specialty product, a local chef probably wants it. Learn how your products might fit a particular menu, and chefs will be eager to connect.
As daylight gets shorter, hens tend to stop laying. If you keep the chickens comfy with light and warmth, they'll reward you with more eggs.
Trees have to adapt to their environment and their body language will tell you how they’re doing. Go out in the yard and see what your trees are trying to tell you.
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