Good day, friends! I hope the rains were kind to you, and that you’ve been able to take advantage of the current run of dry air and sun to get hay in. With the anything-but-normal spring and summer we have had, I thought this might be a good time to remind anyone who has non-insured crop […]
When mowing your lawn, be careful not to run over those harmless snakes.
I can’t imagine anyone not hearing about the recent killing of 13 year old Cecil, the mature African black-mane lion by Minnesota dentist and trophy hunter Walter Palmer.
Grain prices drop even lower, but Aug. 12 crop production report will help tell us where we’re at.
In August our regional average temperature begin to decrease, signaling that fall is on the way. Plant now to fill your cornucopia with an abundant fall harvest!
The next few weeks provide an opportunity for seeding forages.
I like to think of myself as a technologically advanced person.
With the wet year that we’ve had, you may want to test your forages.
When a town has a birthday, every single soul becomes a candle, glowing with a type
of happy pride.
There’s little safety and virtually no accuracy in SAFE, the Safe and Accurate Food Labeling Act of 2015, that passed the U.S. House of Representatives July 23.