Saturday, July 21, 2018
Model T on Muddy Road

In Sam Moore's June 6 column, he asked if any Farm and Dairy readers recalled traveling on red dog roads, and to his delight, received several replies.

Over the last several weeks I've received many emails and letters from readers reporting large aggregation of dragonflies, usually hovering above the grass in wet meadows and hayfields.
cattle pasture

If you are truly attempting to improve a pasture, you will need to adjust your management choices to suit those species you desire.
Calf feeder

Is it cheaper to raise calves using automated or individual feeding? Find out which management practices can cut the costs of raising replacement heifers.

Deer’s winter digestive system is not equipped to handle a high carbohydrate diet such as corn.
(Farm and Dairy file photo)

Does anyone really understand the convoluted legal language in pipeline lease agreements? You’d better try. Here's what landowners should include to protect themselves.

Vegetable plants in the same family have similar characteristics. Familiarity with plant families gives gardeners keen insight to plants’ unique needs.

Storing hay in a wet year requires a lot of care.

Located in northeastenr Ohio, in Auburn, Ohio, Lewis and Walter Brockway first built the American Garden Tractor, and then formed the Leader Tractor Company in 1940.

If you didn’t find time to plant a garden this spring, don’t worry. Gardeners can plant vegetables in July and August for a fall harvest.
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