Sept. 6, 2019
About 70 miles due south of Atlanta, Ga., and just east of Thomaston, lives one of the 2019 Top 10 finalists for the National Outstanding Young Farmers Program...


Sept. 6, 2019
Every farm or ranch has a list of traditions or specific ways of doing things. For most family farms, that list is long...


Sept. 6, 2019
No-till planting methods have been in existence for decades and while this method of establishing crops has grown in acceptance, there is still a lot of tillage being used...


Sept. 6, 2019
If corn is king, then alfalfa is the queen of forages. Corn silage and alfalfa complement one another well in forage cropping systems for dairy/livestock systems...


Sept. 6, 2019
With Mother Nature being as crazy as she’s been the past few years, it makes efficient hay production even more critical...


Sept. 5, 2019
Along with reduced irrigation water supplies, soil salinity is a major problem facing irrigated agriculture in the western United States, particularly as we confront a warming climate...


Sept. 5, 2019
If you drive through any agriculture-based town and stop into the local coffee shop, I can almost guarantee that there will be at least four or five conversations about the weather...


Sept. 5, 2019
When it comes to prepping for winter survival and spring regrowth of forages, fall is the most important among the four seasons...


Sept. 5, 2019
Last June, I had the opportunity to travel to Kenya, Africa. This was my first time in Africa. I traveled mainly from Nairobi to Nakuru...


Sept. 5, 2019
While champion bovines are being named on the colored wood shavings at World Dairy Expo in Madison, Wis., each October, the best of the best in forages are also competing for a title of...