Thursday, July 9, 2020
cattle farm

2020 has been a year of change. Maybe it's time change hit a little closer to home. Use these tips to make positive changes on your cattle farm or ranch.
girls playing

Kymberly Foster Seabolt reflects on the relationship she has with her cousins. Somehow getting together with them always makes her feel like a kid again.

Marlin Clark offers an update on the grain markets, offering current prices for corn and soybeans as of June 30, 2020.

Marlin Clark provides an update on the United States' trade agreement with China and its impact on agricultural markets and commodity futures.

Kymberly Foster Seabolt's late grandfather left her with a reminder that family is more than blood — it is hearts and memories bound for life.

If you are one that will be short on hay, there are several things you can do to have enough for the winter.
Ag trade photo

Alan Guebert analyzes the current status of global trade in the wake of the havoc wreaked by the coronavirus.
Crimson clover & annual ryegrass cover crop allen dean farms

Cover crops help to manage soil erosion, fertility, quality, water, weeds, pests and disease. They also provide organic matter and nutrients to the soil.

Now may be a good time to look at how to use Dairy Revenue Protection on your farm to help protect against the next expected price decline.

Julie Geiss recalls the first night her family spotted lightning bugs at dusk on their property and the lessons they learned from watching them.