Thursday, April 27, 2017

Significant drought conditions in many parts of Ohio have led to an increased interest in harvesting corn as silage. With very few farmers owning...

Hello Again!The motto for the Boy Scouts is Be Prepared . Are you prepared for your 2012 harvest? Will your corn be singing, Oh...

Every summer, Colleen Sharp spends hours in the water. Suiting up, then diving in, she hones her skills and technique like an athlete in...

Three years ago my wife found an opossum in one of our sheds with a plastic six-pack ring around its neck. I immobilized the...

Today we took our cat to the vet. What I would really like to type is "Today we took our angry, rabid hyena to...

I went to southern Illinois last week to do some programs and I was taken aback by the severity of the drought in that...

"Archie saw that there was not a thing to do in that field. In the drought the earth itself appeared to shrivel up. There...

Grain price direction from here is not clear, but one thing we know. In short crop years, we make the high before harvest, then go lower. Grain merchandiser Marlin Clark explains more.

Short on farm labor? Just create a "working mixer" for singles, says Editor Susan Crowell. (Hey, it worked for a farmer in Idaho!)

Mastitis and lameness are the two most costly health issues on dairy farms today. Cost of treatment for mastitis is certainly important, but the major factor to the cost of mastitis is the loss of milk production and the cow if she has to be culled from the herd.
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