For most of us in the United States, the beginning of the New Year is a time to make our New Year’s resolution.
Last weeks’ rain on top of the packed snow has made all farm work and any outings a challenge.
You won’t find the word “preppers” in Webster’s. In fact, it may not be a real word.
It is discussed everywhere. In hard copy, in the coffee shop, and on the Internet: 2015 will not be the year that 2014 was.
The Progressive Farmer magazine’s February issue resembles most mid-winter issues of most U.S. farm magazines.
I was probably thinking about boots when the white SUV pulled out.
A publication sits on my desk regarding regulations in the holistic food market, with all sorts of subsets of considerations listed in a long article.
Pipeline projects leave much to think about.
The critical numbers in the Supply and Demand Report are the carryouts. That is, what grain volume do we project to have left at the end of the marketing year?
Like many homespun skills, DIY lard is making a comeback.