New year will bring challenges for crop farmers, opportunities for dairy and livestock.
The top stories of 2013 included ethanol … shale gas … Ohio Holstein Association … Pa. transportation laws …
For the last couple of weeks I have been saying that only the March Planting Intentions Report from USDA can help this market. My idea has been that I don’t see bullish news anywhere on the horizon. But, I do think that farmers will like $13 soybeans better than $4 corn.
Wisconsin is known for producing cheese, but now the state is taking its cheese industry to the next level, it’s battling icy roads with cheese biproduct.
As Americans make New Year’s resolutions to get in better shape, experts who train celebrities and top-ranked athletes offer some surprising tips for improving your health.
Winter fish kills and oxygen depletion on ponds are particularly common on ponds with high nutrient loads, heavy aquatic vegetation prior to freezing over, and those with small surface area and shallow water depths.
Pa. Gov. Tom Corbett signed into law Dec. 23 a measure introduced by Sen. Elder Vogel that ensures high tunnel greenhouses are not considered permanent structures and categorized as real estate for tax purposes.
There’s nothing like Christmas on the farm. There’s something about seeing the contrast of the red barn with the white snow that overwhelms farm folk with nostalgia.
To all of our readers, have a happy holiday! To bring some cheer to you, we’ve found several snowy farm photos. Enjoy!
We asked our readers to send us their own version of the classic holiday song “The Twelve Days of Christmas.” We were overwhelmed by your responses! In fact, we couldn’t get the tune out of our heads when reading your versions. Here are your versions of the holiday song.
The first traces of wrapping paper and decorations arrive in stores as early as September, transforming the holiday into a much more secular celebration than its modest Christian beginnings.