Improving soil health can boost returns on crop production. Host Jodi Henke talks with Jodi DeJong-Hughes, an extension crop educator from the University of Minnesota. Hear about tillage, cover crops, and how to build up your soil's natural immunities against bad things that lie under the surface.
Using cattle to graze cover crops is one way to offset some of the costs. If you don’t own cattle, partner up with someone who does.
Crop producers have marketing options to sell corn and soybeans. Different prices and distances from storage to market affects the bottom line.
Missing a sock? Maybe the dog ate it. Dogs eat some strange things and if yours is munching its way through the laundry, find out why.
Gourmet mushrooms are a high-value crop that take a lot of know-how to grow. Here's how a commercial mushroom farm makes it all work.
The finest particles of soil are where the nutrients are held. If you have soil that blows in the wind, you're losing productivity.