Dairy graziers need a well-balanced pasture to be successful.
Residents of Pennsylvania look to the groundhog each Feb. 2 to forecast the weather. According to legend, if the groundhog sees his shadow, there will be six more weeks of winter weather; if not, an early spring is predicted.
One of the most difficult decisions a pet owner may face is whether to euthanize an ailing pet.
The Utica shale is no longer a secret and the future is bright for the oil and gas industry through 2020.
The restaurant chain’s opposition to large-scale meat production is nothing new, but this time the company is doubling-down on its message. Instead of spending millions of dollars on a Super Bowl ad, Chipotle is premiering a new show on the Internet video service, Hulu.
The 2014 farm bill has yet to be approved by the Senate, but big changes to the dairy provisions are almost certain.
Immigrant labor is important to farmers. Chris Kick spoke with immigrants who do farm labor, and the farmers who employ them. Read Farm and Dairy’s special feature to get a better understanding of how the two sides rely on one another. There’s always two sides to a border, and two sides to a story…
Following some of the best years ever for growing row crops, an agricultural economist advised farmers to prepare for several years of lower prices, at a workshop at the American Farm Bureau Federation’s 95th Annual Convention.
Four commonly used pesticides are harmful to honeybee larvae, according to researchers at Penn State and the University of Florida.
At the North Central Ohio Dairy Grazing Conference Jan. 23 in Dalton, four young dairy farmers in their 20s and 30s talked about what it takes to get started and get established in farming.