Sunday, March 29, 2020
relaxing on the couch

As she looks for things to do during the 2020 COVID-19 quarantine, Kymberly Foster Seabolt ponders things we could all learn from this moment in history.

Cattle farmers need to remember to make sure the farm management technology they're using is working properly and the data its reporting is correct.
Farmer milking cows

Establishing and teaching protocols for crucial farm tasks form the foundation of training farm employees.
sweet corn

Marlin Clark offers insight on how commodities are being controlled strongly by the continued economic struggle related to the spread of COVID-19.
meriwether lewis

Meriwether Lewis, William Clark and the rest of the Corps of Discovery were the first white men to cross the western half of the U.S. in 1804.
porch light

Kymberly Foster Seabolt remembers her first nephew as the man he was and also the child he will always be remembered as.

Soil testing provides the baseline needed for action in regards to runoff. Learn more about this and other conservation practices to reduce nutrient runoff.
Ethanol sign

Alan Guebert predicts the bloodletting oil war's shock waves will pound the U.S. ethanol market throughout the spring and summer. 

Judith Sutherland wishes her earliest best friend a happy birthday.
fishing rod

The Student Fishing League is in its sixth year. Last year, 35 young anglers from 14 different schools and four states competed for several awards.