Tuesday, November 20, 2018

With the colder temperatures and calving season upon us, the nutrient requirement for momma cows is soon to be at its peak demand.

Kymberly Foster Seabolt discusses growing up, even though she's already been through the paces.

There's been shift in profit centers on some Midwestern dairy farms for a couple years, one that is likely to shift again in 2014.

The long MLK weekend seemed to be an excuse for soybean speculators to rethink the bullishness that came out of the Jan. 10th USDA reports.

Every winter I get letters and emails from readers asking why they are seeing fewer birds at their feeders. For example, Sheryll Jameson, from...

Hello Again! The Farm Service Agency (FSA) has a loan program to assist rural youth to establish and operate income producing agriculture projects.In the last...

As you read today’s column, I would like you to fill in the blank, and then if you have time respond to me by...

Ivory Harlow isn't your typical farmer. She shares her reasons for becoming a farmer in her inaugural column for farmanddairy.com.

Legacies can also be left in the area of 'conservation.'

Cattle ranchers who stuck with their program are likely well-situated in 2014.
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