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10/6/2020
Gabe Brown struggled with Mother Nature. After 10 years of wet springs, dry summers, hail storms, and bills to pay, Brown decided there had to be a better way. This is the story of his family's journey to soil health, and the book he wrote to help others.
10/19/2020
It's not always necessary to dig into the septic system to look for trouble. The color of the turf on top can tell you what's going on underneath.
10/19/2020
The ants come marching one by one. Sometimes, it's more like a-hundred by a-hundred. It might seem like a huge fight, but you can get rid of ants invading your home
10/12/2020
When weeds start showing resistance, it’s not because the herbicide is changing the weed. It’s simply the survival of the fittest and their reproduction.
10/12/2020
Soybean cyst nematode is devastating to soybean crops. It’s even worse if your soil type fits the pest’s favorite place to reproduce.
10/12/2020
Thinking about expanding your mid-sized cattle operation? At some point, you will have to ask yourself when enough cows are enough cows.
10/12/2020
After you’ve filled the silo, stay out of it for a few weeks. The silage fermentation process builds gasses that are hazardous to your health.