2014’s milk prices were really nice. 2015’s not so much.
Winter is quickly approaching, but there’s still time to get your forage inventory in order.
Poor conditions persist, especially for Ohio growers.
Beans can provide homegrown protein for individuals who want to grow their own food.
Milk prices are lower than they were a year ago, so marginal income over feed costs are going to be lower this year compared to last year. We really need to be managing input costs and feed efficiency on dairy farms.
A four-day show rarely gets four good days in a row, but the last of July/ first of August weekend brought just such good weather to us at Portersville, Pennsylvania.
I am not a trophy mom. I mean I think I’m a catch, but I’m not “into” trophies.
As the simplicity of summertime bows to bus schedules, long days and short nights, it still makes me wistful after all these years.
This summer I saw my first monarch on Aug. 1. Since then, however, I’ve seen more every day.