Venison steaks? Venison burgers? Venison roasts? Chris Kick shares some tips on how to cook this year’s bounty.
Sows may require 25 percent more nutrients in winter to accommodate for additional seasonal demands.
When temperatures begin creeping below the freezing mark, keeping warm becomes a priority whether you’re working outside, or inside.
Here’s a few tips for keeping warms during those chilly days of winter.
Winter road conditions can lead to dangerous situations. We could all learn a little from a team of million mile accident-free drivers: America’s Road Team Captains.
Properly field dressing a deer can cut the risk of illness. Here’s a few tips to keep your field dressing proper.
The holiday countdown is on and it’s time to get your house razzle-dazzle ready. But before you do, make sure to check that your lights and decorations are still in good working order after a year in storage.
There’s plenty of ways to prepare a turkey for your Thanksgiving Day meal. Some families deep fry turkeys, some brine their turkey over night, while others simply cover the turkey in herbs and butter and roast it in a pan for several hours.
November is a good time for beef producers to assess their pastures and facilities and take care of some routine tasks to prepare their cattle operations for winter, a Purdue Extension beef specialist said.
Dreading the winter day when your car won’t start? Here’s a few tips to help avoid having an early-morning freak-out.
Whether you’re a farmer, a ranchers or another kind of small business owner, you need software to help untangle your finances. Here’s a software suggestions to help get the ball rolling.
Drafts are often small cracks around windows and doors, but there are many other places where drafts can form. Knowing some of the less visible spots where drafts come from may help you to seal out unwanted cold air more effectively.
Assess your pasture land now to make improvements for next season. Here’s how to do that.
Why freeze eggs? Sometimes you have more eggs than you can sell or eat. Finding a way to preserve those little gems is important.
How do you grow vegetables indoors over winter? Here’s a few pointers on how to do it easily.
Soybean growers considering if or when to apply insecticide treatments for aphids need to determine the number of insects present in each field, as well as soybean growth stage.
How can you prevent soil erosion and nutrient runoff from your fields? The answer is cover crops. Here’s a short video detailing the benefits of cover cropping.
Getting your farm ready for winter should include a fence inspection. Here’s how to fix a fence, if you find a break.
Everyone is wondering how their crops stack up this year. Here’s a quick how-to guide for estimating your corn and soybean yields.
With the popularity of backyard chickens increasing, learning how to properly clip a chicken’s wings is becoming important.
Saving vegetable can save you money, but how long can vegetable seeds last before becoming duds? We found the answer…