I trimmed some overgrown weeds at the back of our house. Although they bother my wrists, I chose my manual hand trimmers because they are quiet compared to my electric trimmers.
“Dog trainers have a saying that in order to train a dog one must know more than the dog. In order to drive a horse in dangerous situations, one must know more than the horse.
Each week Farm and Dairy challenges readers to identify a small tool or gadget.
Columnist Judith Sutherland questions what is really progress.
Dairy expert Ernie Oelker presents a workshop at Headwaters of Conservation Conference.
Reader says the Australia Free Trade Agreement might be a boon for different sectors of the economy, but agriculture, dairy and beef, in particular, will absorb the brunt of this deal.
It seems that our nation’s retailers and I have come to a complete and utter impasse as to what “back to school” entails.
Recently I had a discussion with a farm family interested in bringing a son into the farm business.
The discussion revolved around the many questions and concerns family members have when making a decision as important as this.
The sale of Omaha’s Farm Credit Services of America to Dutch lending giant Rabobank, formally announced July 30, continues to rock American ag lenders.
Columnist Alan Guebert says the markets need to take August off.