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.
Farm and Family Living columnist Laurie Marlatt Steeb writes about a day of relaxation.
Columnist Kymberly Foster Seabolt does the unthinkable.
Columnist Alan Guebert says the markets need to take August off.
Dairy expert Ernie Oelker presents a workshop at Headwaters of Conservation Conference.
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.