Sunday, May 29, 2016

When a former National Football League player known for his dirty play was asked if he ever “threw” a game — purposely helped the opposing team win — the player replied by stating the obvious.

If you’re like me, it doesn’t take you long to count the number of hay bales you have remaining for this year’s winter feed.

Hello from Hazard! We received two more guesses on item No. 826. Randy Winland concurs that it is, indeed, a “Blue Nose Rug Hooker” and he has one in his collection.

Monitoring herd feed costs is very critical for increasing dairy farm profitability.

Hello from Hazard! Wendell Cole of Lisbon, Ohio; P.R. Miller of Akron; and Ann Thompson of Raleigh, N.C. all responded to Item No. 826, which...

Ah, March. It is a month that has long brought us such a seemingly unending array of weather here in this part of the...

What's up with the farm bill? Why is it taking so long to finalize? Why is the president threatening to veto it?

Is it a sign of old age — or the apocalypse — that I am suddenly feeling this winter like never before? It’s been...

Even when feed costs are much lower than the present market situation, monitoring herd feed costs is very critical for increasing farm profitability. Total...

If ice storms weren’t so frightening and dangerous (please, God, don’t let the electricity go off, don’t let the trees and wires fall down,...
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