With the hot weather of this summer now just a memory, antique columnist Roy Booth starts thinking about fans.
Author Jim Skeeles writes that he sees the dairy trend following that of poultry and pork – more and more milk being produced by larger herds, with the share of milk produced by small herds dwindling.
Columnist Judith Sutherland remembers some of her favorite stories from her childhood, which revolve around the horses in her family tree.
Each week Farm and Dairy challenges readers to identify a small tool or gadget.
Columnist Kym Seabolt has just the Halloween costume suggestion for you adults: How about the “Sensitive Male” get-up, or the “Informed Voter” disguise?
With this being a unique and challenging year for grazing management, producers need to seriously look at their quantity and quality of stored feed.
Columnist Kym Seabolt’s mother never bought a Veg-O-Matic based on the lure of TV commercials, so her daughter is not about to succomb to the lure of the “Perfect Pancake” maker, either.
The physical therapy that Farm and Family Living columnist Laurie Marlatt Steeb is undergoing in the wake of a automobile accident is as beneficial for her spirit as it is her physical recovery.
Most dogs are finely tuned to what’s going on in the lives of their owners, and columnist Judie Sutherland’s English Shepherd adds her two cents’ worth this week.
Is the USDA’s new dairy program in the best long-term interest of dairy producers? The answer to that question remains to be seen, but the likely answer is “no.” Is the check welcome this year? Yes. Will it be in 2003? Probably, says district extension specialist Dianne Shoemaker in this week’s Dairy Channel column.