The holidays are a great time of year to reflect on the tradition of gift-giving.
Many factors could impact land and rent prices in 2015.
The first day of winter, Dec. 21, is defined by the year’s shortest day and longest night.
It’s show time! Starting soon, Cleveland’s IX Center will be stuffed with boats and bucks as the annual Mid-American Boat Show and the Outdoor Adventure Show open under the same roof.
I finally got the time needed to review the latter chapters of Michael Lane’s Story of the Steam Plough Works, which is a history of the Fowler Works of Leeds England.
Short week, but lots of activity still happening in the markets.
Kids get a kick out of making angels from corn husks, but also enjoy filling glass ornaments with seeds. Even the teenagers in the family tolerate spray painting components for the baskets.
Separating the sportsman’s needs from wants.
My Christmas column this year is, as they say on the air, an “encore presentation,” having appeared in December of both 1995 and 2000. How many of you remember the anticipation, and the agonizingly long wait, after your mother sent in an order to Sears and Roebuck or Montgomery Ward? This Christmas season made me […]
From square dancing to singing, Christmas was a time for tradition.
With deer hunting over, time to focus on farm programs.
End of another year means its time to analyze your farm business decisions.
Federally subsidized crop insurance is the elephant in the Farm Bill pantry and anyone who had any role in pushing the law through the zoo called Congress knows it.
The nice thing about marriage is that you have sort of a built in failsafe for those days when even though you love them, you really don’t LIKE your spouse very much.
With cold weather upon us, here’s a recipe for the birds.
Speculation about Russian wheat exports seems to be the cause of recent price jumps in the Chicago wheat futures.
Cold weather can be rough on our feathered friends. Providing birds with food and shelter throughout the winter helps keep them happy and healthy, and lights up my otherwise dismal looking yard with color and song.
People don’t want to hear from a faceless organization, they want to hear from people they know, or “ordinary” people like them. Farmers like you. Real people.
’Tis the season to snuggle with your smartphone on the sofa.