Tuesday, March 19, 2019
Richard Bader, of Middletown, New York, picked up Item No. 1125 at a yard sale. It is 9 inches in diameter, 6 1/2 inches in height when closed and weighs 12 pounds. There is a lever on the side that you can move to any hole on the disk. The peg on top has a handle and moves back and forth.

Can you name this Hazard a Guess Tool Submission?
emerging corn

Early February reports from the USDA strongly suggest that average 2019 crop yields will deliver less than average prices.
Kym Seabolt's dog, Jackson

Kymberly Foster Seabolt shares the lessons her little crew of rescued animals has taught her.
fisherman holding crappie

Ice-covered lakes and slippery ramps have the best crappie time on hold but one can put money on the early to mid-March action to begin.
Cover crops field

Cover crops help build your soil profile and open channels to allow heavy rain to quickly infiltrate into the ground where it is useful to plants.
hay bale in snow

It has been a challenge to feed livestock this winter due to missed cuttings last year. However, producers can reduce wastage with these tips.
Oats fields

Sam Moore shares a story Josh Billings, a well-known 19th-century humorist who used contemporary slang and strange phonetic spelling, wrote about oats.

Juncos, or snowbirds as they're often called, define the end of winter and the onset of spring for observant nature watchers.
snowy pasture

While the weather has been strange and challenging this winter, it hasn't presented the challenges farmers faced during a particularly cold winter in 2004.

As you take a look at the opportunities for gathering information at workshop seasons, consider these tips to get the most out of them.
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