Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Hello Friends, Every July, I write a topic about conservation practices. I do so because I strongly believe in the value of a couple of...

Have a Nice Day! When was the last time someone said to you, “Have a nice day?” One way you can have a nice day is...

Pasture growth has been tremendous so far this year, but late summer heat and dry spells can change conditions quickly.

If I could have just one more day with my grandmother, I would treasure her stories beyond measure.

Many ponds are more than 50 years old. Depending on their drainage area, they can accumulate debris, leaves, sediment, yard waste, decaying pond plants,...

Summer time is insect time. Unfortunately, stinging and biting species such as wasps and mosquitoes get most of our attention for all the wrong...

I read with great interest Kristy Foster Seachrist’s article last week in the Farm and Dairy about changes in the grain indemnity law in...

After a 10-day cooling off period known as the Fourth of July recess, House and Senate members came back to steamy, hot Washington, D.C....

Editor Susan Crowell on the precautionary principle: Public perception of risk can certainly be different than a scientific assessment of risk, but I’m not sure my perhaps-ignorant perception should hamper scientific inquiry.

Some days come and go with little left behind to be held in our memory. Some are emblazoned forever. Wings of steel It was a beautiful...
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