Interviewing Flip the Clown
Judith Sutherland's first big story, published in her local newspaper during her first year of high school, detailed the life of a determined woman clown.
Control flies to control economic losses
Flies can impact livestock performance by reducing weight gains, milk production and poor feed utilization. Learn how to control flies on your farm.
Conserving water helps home sewage treatment systems last
Home sewage treatment system maintenance and water conservation go hand in hand. Using less water protects your investment and the environment.
Two old friends
Bryce Angell shares his gratitude for his horse, Old Cyrus, in thoughtful poem.
Help us identify mystery tool No. 1247
We've received some feedback on item Item No. 1246, but the new mystery tool we've received has us stumped. Brian Allman submitted Item No. 1247.
Eagles of all sorts soar this spring
Julie Geiss' sons participated in an event called Young Eagles Flights, and gained a bird's eye view to large growths of weeds in Mosquito Lake.
Minimizing the impact of mud on cattle
While we cannot avoid mud completely on the farm, we can use best management practices to help reduce the impact of the mud.
Bearish grain markets not helped by USDA
USDA reports and continued fast planting by Midwest farmers are driving changes in the grain markets. Marlin Clark weighs in on the latest price changes.
Pride comes before the fall
Alan Guebert started out traveling by foot on the dairy farm of his youth, and after a crash or two on two wheels, it seems walking suits him best.
The importance of conducting family business meetings
Meeting as a family on a regular basis to discuss the present and future direction of your farm can be beneficial.