Monday, September 26, 2016
ugly food

Consumers are slowly becoming more willing to buy "ugly fruit," which are seconds or cull produce. And retailers are jumping on the bandwagon, says Editor Susan Crowell in her commentary.
herb collage

Drying, freezing and creating herb infused oils are 3 preservation methods that stock your kitchen cupboard with a taste of summer for dishes year-round, and also make great gifts from the garden.

Farnsworth strikes again! This latest wooden contraption is a mystery to all of us. Anyone know how it was used?
alfalfa field

Late summer is an excellent time to establish alfalfa, but seeding may be challenging with recent dry weather conditions.
remodeling a bathroom

Sometimes your home improvement project just takes a little encouraging, and persistence.
Angus cattle grazing

Basic pasture management principles are as important, if not more so, during periods of dry weather.
man reading

A summer vacation is a great time to relax in a hammock or beach chair with a good book. Here are some titles that should appeal to a variety of curious naturalists.
Kylie McLean with nine-point buck

Thanks to Ohio’s encouragement, more women are gaining new skills and sharpening their outdoor skills by attending one or more events called Women in the Outdoors.
U.S. Capitol

Trump’s anti-trade tirades and Pence’s flip-flops on key farm and ranch issues such as the Farm Bill and renewable fuels could be bad for agriculture.
Corn growing in the field. California

The Farm Bill of 2014, which wasn't passed until 2015 (I know, go figure), changed a lot about our disaster programs.
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