Tuesday, January 24, 2017
cardinal in snow

Scott Shalaway first wrote a birdwatcher’s version of Twas the Night Before Christmas back in 1988, and readers responded enthusiastically. Requests come every year to reprint it, so here it is!

Learning the language of food labels helps customers make purchasing decisions and allows farmers to communicate about their products.

We may have stumped you with our last item, but maybe you can help our reader Wayne Cooper solve this week's mystery! Hazard a guess today!

If abomasal bloat is occurring on your farm, one of the first things that should be examined is the precise details of the nutrition program.

An open house for Patty Davis will be Dec. 28 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the Stark County FSA office. Stop in and help celebrate Patty's Retirement.

Learn more about the factors that cause hay nutrient degradation — some can be lowered.

As it turns out, letting go of the endless lists and quest for perfection make days pretty merry and bright.

Most of us consider hunting in Africa a pipe dream, one that is most likely too expensive and too far away to be do-able. In reality, an African safari costs no more than a western elk hunt.

The fictitious story of a farm family looking through the Montgomery Ward's Fall and Winter 1930-31 Catalogue to make their Christmas lists.
harvesting corn

In grain marketing, the history that sometimes repeats is the history of bad marketing decisions. When will we learn?
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