Friday, December 9, 2016

Mike Tontimonia details his experience hunting pheasants in North Dakota.

To reach and maintain a profitable milk price, we have to export milk or milk products. The total value of US exports has been remarkably flat in 2016, averaging about $320 million dollars per month — the lowest levels seen in the last four years.
New Holland corn combine

Election news continues to dominate everything, including the grain markets.

Agricultural conferences provide an opportunity to receive valuable industry information through networking and education. They can inspire you to become more efficient on your own farm or introduce new concepts to your marketing approach. Farm and Dairy columnist Ivory Harlow details her top four choices for the upcoming year.

"Success Score Card — Benchmarking for Profit" and "Planning for the Future of Your Farm" will be held at the Ashtabula County Extension office, 39 Wall St., Jefferson, this winter.

November is a busy month for the Non-Insured Crop Disaster Assistance Program, which is available to crops and agricultural commodities for which CAT or additional coverage under "normal" crop insurance, is not available.

Alan Guebert reflects on the meaning of community in today's world.

Most farm children don't have to be told to do what needs done, because that cajoling time just doesn't exist.

Mike Tontimonia details the trial and tribulations of moving.

Old photos showing engines in action, especially steam threshing activity, come from all parts of the country and including Canada.
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