Thursday, January 19, 2017

Here at the FSA office we have some yearly reminders that all producers should be aware of, such as reporting operations changes and crop acreage.

Most whitetail bucks will have dropped last year's antlers by the end of January and once it is a shed, it represents a coveted prize to the first person to find it.

Livestock that consume endophyte-infected fescue may experience symptoms associated with ergot alkaloid toxicity. Long-term exposure to tall grass fescue containing toxic endophytes may lead to fescue foot and fat necrosis.
harvesting soybeans

U.S. corn prices, which have been trading somewhat independently of the beans, have not seen the gains of the soybeans, following the recent USDA report.

Eat in-season during winter by growing food indoors, using season-extending structures and supplementing with food from the cellar, pantry and freezer.

With the holidays behind us we are ready to start unraveling a new mystery, can you help the Rossinis figure out their three foot long mystery item?

The rat race is real, even on the ranch. Sometimes you have to take a wider view to see the progress you've made.

Most Americans are far from farming and farm life. We are not better for it.

To file a complaint of discrimination write USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, Room 326W, Whitten Building, 14th and Independence Ave., Washington DC.

Learn more about taking care of your tractor during the cold winter months.
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