Friday, October 22, 2021

Is the USDA's new dairy program in the best long-term interest of dairy producers? The answer to that question remains to be seen, but the likely answer is "no." Is the check welcome this year? Yes. Will it be in 2003? Probably, says district extension specialist Dianne Shoemaker in this week's Dairy Channel column.

With the new year upon us, now is a great time to make those yearly resolutions to get the farm financial records organized.

They are barely able to walk and yet they pick up the end of rope halter and make their first debut in the show...
farm workers

Learn how to tackle issues with farm employees and family members.

Have you ever been to a store or gas station and had the clerk talk on their cell phone or text a message while...
contour strips on Holmes County farm

Determining who will take over the management and ownership of your farm is not an easy or simple process, but one that takes time and planning.

Would you rather have a cow milking an average of 80 pounds or 70 pounds of milk per day? This turns out to be...

Last week I was at a meeting of local zoning inspectors and township officials. These officials were learning about the tools which can be...

Before you worry about the challenges facing your dairy farm and future, go back to the basics and appreciate all that you have.
Luke Bryan

Ayars Family Farm invited over 15,000 visitors for the Luke Bryan Farm Aid concert back in September.