Ag school days continues to teach local youth about agriculture.
Let’s go out on a small limb and make a big prediction: Not only will the U.S. Senate vote to give this president and the next one fast track trade authority, so too will the U.S. House of Representatives.
This year, in addition to certifying your crops, you will also be completing the Agricultural Risk Coverage and Price Loss Coverage programs enrollment process.
Columnist Judie Sutherland has no idea how Doris, self-proclaimed queen of the flock, gets out of every fenced-in area. But she does. Again. And Again.
Soybeans are poised to go below $9, and that is the lowest price in a long time. Barring a turn to poor weather, beans will get cheaper, says grain merchandiser Marlin Clark.
Watering the garden seems simple enough, but irrigation is something most gardeners get wrong.
Columnist Alan Guebert’s new book shares stories, photographs, and memories of the culture of American agriculture 50 years ago.
Hello Again! As you read this, Memorial Day is right around the corner, welcoming THE “official start of the summer season.” Maybe you will celebrate the day with a barbecue and a visit to the cemetery. Maybe you will attend a parade or maybe you will spend it in the seat of a tractor trying […]
In the early days, tractor companies were abundant, but only a few had what it took to survive.
The good(ish) news is that GirlWonder is learning to drive! This is probably just a defense mechanism since we keep leaving her places.