Tuesday, September 24, 2019
centipede

Centipedes and millipedes are harmless invertebrates that occasionally occur indoors, but seldom warrant chemical control.
deer

Check out Mike Tontimonia's list of the most effective ways to avoid being busted by an approaching deer.
Ag trade photo

Have the corn and soybean markets finally bottomed out? Marlin Clark offers insight on the most recent prices and projections in this week's report.
social media

Learn how to use Facebook event listings, ads and boosted posts to attract attendees to your fall farm event.
sheep

The American sheep industry is at a crossroads. Those who grow lamb, in particular, have to adapt to changing times or be left behind. It’s a conundrum that should resonate with anyone in agriculture. People want to know where food comes from and how it came to be. That’s not going anywhere. We should care anyway, because we are stewards of one of the most important things on the planet: our food.
rye

Winter wheat, barley, triticale and rye planted in the fall can produce high-quality forage in the spring when harvest is in the boot stage.
Kym Seabolt's dogs

Kymberly Foster Seabolt accidentally married a chipper morning person, and she's not exactly enthusiastic about it.
Keystone Truck and Tractor Museum exhibit

Sam Moore recounts a recent visit to the Keystone Truck and Tractor Museum just north of Petersburg, Virginia.
census banner

Alan Guebert shares his insight on the United States' ongoing trade war with China and the impact it's having on American farmers.
baler and round bales

Having your forages analyzed is the only way to determine if hay will meet an animal's nutrient requirements during the winter.
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