Monday, August 19, 2019

Yearly Archives: 2015

Flooded soybean field

The warm fall and winter is affecting us all.
Miller family pheasant hunting

Ohio pheasant hunts are all gone for sure, all but here in Bucyrus, Ohio, where Dennis and Terri Courtad have created what might be called a honey hole for pheasants and pheasant hunters.

Some of our beliefs about food and fat may need to be reconsidered.
Angus cattle grazing

This course is designed for livestock producers who have already initiated grazing practices on their farm, and who have at least a basic knowledge of the grazing behavior of their animals and of their pasture ecosystems.
pastured poultry chickens

Producers who raise pastured poultry and want to maintain egg production this winter should keep their birds as warm and dry as possible, experts from the Purdue University College of Agriculture say.
threshing machine

Years ago, I bought a big stack of American Thresherman magazines from 1924 through 1932. The paper was started by Bascom B. Clarke in 1898, to cater to the many professional thresherman in the country.
tick up close

This past summer and well into the fall, with all the factors right for an enormous proliferation of ticks, has found us sharing knowledge gleaned over many years whether we wanted it or not.

2015 has been quite a year. Check out our top 5 biggest stories.
goats chicken and tomato collage

Farmers make New Year’s resolutions with the best of intentions, but sometimes ‘just getting through the day’ takes priority.
silverwear Ask Jen

So, New Year’s is here. Do you have your pork and kraut at midnight or do you make it for dinner on January first?
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