Wednesday, November 25, 2015

We are bombarded with advice from all directions. It comes first from our parents and family, and then it is spoken by friends, teachers, 4-H advisers, and other adults (like Extension educators!).

Changes loom on the horizon for both crop and dairy farms as provisions of the 2014 farm bill are implemented.

The opposition to genetically modified organisms (GMOs) is mounting another charge, this time through various state ballots designed to put into law the mandatory labeling of GMO-derived ingredients in food.

Colostrum, the first milk given by the dam (mother), is packed with antibodies that act as a passive immune system until the calf's immune system produces antibodies itself. But you have only a 24-hour window to get that colostrum in the calf.

I think most of us remember vividly where we were on Sept. 11, 2001.I know all of our lives have changed because of this...

Dairymen, expect milk prices to more or less steadily drop, starting next month.

It’s that time of year when students are preparing for the school year to end and many are looking for a job. You may...

Key differences between cash rent arrangements.

More than 500 nutritionists, researchers, and farmers gathered in Ft. Wayne, Ind. this week for the twenty-third Tri-State Dairy Nutrition Conference. There was an...

OSU Extension offers online resources that help farmers keep their management skills on the cutting edge.