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.
If the book buying bug bites you as summer approaches, here are some timely titles suitable for this time of year.
Fishing records only hold for so long, before a new record is set.
You can make sure the beef buyers have a ready supply of consistent, high-quality, tasty and tender product to choose from. Several years’ worth of decisions on your farm or ranch all culminate in that moment.
During the years of World War I and after, at least until the severe agricultural depression of 1921, tractor manufacturers and wannabes, as well as not a few charlatans who only hoped to sell stock in non-existent tractor companies, were thick on the ground, especially in the Midwest.
With new forages being harvested, rations are about to change.