Thursday, February 22, 2024
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Mules are a healthy hybrid, displaying hybrid vigor, a phenomenon distinguished by superior characteristics far surpassing that of either parent.

Eliza Blue is reminded that dealing with livestock and weather are two entities only a fool would claim mastery over.

As we find ourselves in the middle of snowy season, Kymberly Seabolt explains that farm folk are built differently. Non-farmers don't always get it.

We've unveiled Item No. 1263. Can you help us solve the mystery behind it?

To achieve conservation goals on your farm, make a plan and start small. Ask your local soil and water conservation office for help.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture recently released a new version of its Plant Hardiness Zone Map, updating it for the first time since 2012.

Evidence continues to pile up that today's political and grain market pile-ups will be bigger and messier than first thought.

Eric Keller put the "just figure it out" method to the test while setting up electric fencing for his cattle and sheep.

Bryce Angell reflects on how he learned to drive, and the necessity of driving at a young age when you live on a farm.

Sara Welch comes to Farm and Dairy's editorial department as a bit of a novice when it comes to on-the-farm experiences. But she's willing to learn.