Opportunities to help you build your grain storage needs.
Columbiana County is primarily an agricultural area, and one feature that makes this county exceptional is its water.
While many in the 1950s and ‘60s were drawn to take a turn as a wild west cowboy, many of my memories involve ‘playing house,’ my older sisters telling me what to do and say.
Project FeederWatch, Cornell University’s citizen science program sponsored by the Lab of Ornithology, has begun a new season, and new volunteers are always welcome.
Most cattle feeders are pretty shrewd businessmen and women. They don’t just know how to run a break-even. They live and breathe them. They study profit opportunities like their future depends on them, because — especially in times like these — it does. Talk marketing with any longtime feeder, and they’re likely to tell you […]
I am remembering the traditional harvest schedule of my youth, when we hoped to have the crop in by Thanksgiving Day.
I don’t claim to be “restoring” a tractor, as to me that means making it exactly as it was when new, an almost impossible undertaking unless one has unlimited funds.
Fall the best time to procure supplies, learn skills and build connections for thriving spring hives.
Identifying common backyard birds is relatively simple by using a step-by-step procedure.
Lake Erie’s walleye —easily one of the wonders of the fishing world and the only fish known to fall from the sky on New Year’s Eve in a western Ohio coastline city that claims to be the Walleye Capital of the World — is simply not what it once was.
Fall’s first frost — usually a mid-October event in my adopted central Illinois — waited until the last possible monthly moment — deep into Halloween night — to finally show winter’s white face.
Cold weather is quickly approaching and with it brings manure management concerns.
It has been said many times that the most economical way to raise cattle is in a forage system.
Folks in the latter half of the 19th century went through an unpleasant ritual along about this time of year, or probably a little earlier in Northern climes, called “putting up the parlor stove.”
When you’re looking for dad, ask your farm boy.
This conversation is about knit pants. Let me repeat that: knit pants.
Well the national election is over and you probably thought that all the advertisements and articles about elections were over!
With the big grain crops, prices do not have a good reason to improve. There are hard decisions ahead for farmers.
Fermentation is a growing trend for producing safe, easy and healthy foods and beverages.
Milk prices are still phenomenal and feed prices are far below what you were paying last year. So what am I fretting about?