When you purchase seed for the next growing season, it often comes coated with protection against insects and pathogens. Host Jodi Henke talks with Syngenta Seed Care Specialist Chad Vest about how and why seeds are treated, how to choose what treatments you need, and does seed color matter?
Touch your machinery engines and listen to them. Paying attention to noise, vibration and harshness can help you determine engine condition.
As the weather changes, check the rodent control you’re using in livestock buildings. Rodents can compromise biosecurity and health of your animals.
Look at the color of the soil on your land. Color gives you clues to organic and mineral content, and even environmental conditions.
Ever wonder how bacteria become resistant to antibiotics? It’s complicated, but in a nutshell here's how it happens.
Football isn’t the only way to get a concussion, farmers are at a high risk of concussions as well. Learn why and how to prevent it.