May 22, 2019
Jim Wulf likes to feed cattle, but he’s also a man who spends a lot of time thinking about soil and its capability to grow plants...


May 22, 2019
Synergy. Our longtime friend Webster defines it as a mutually advantageous conjunction or compatibility of distinct participants or elements. Every farm or ranch has a story...


May 21, 2019
He’s a farmer. An educator. A learner. A world traveler. And also a Yooper. That latter résumé-building item puts Ben Bartlett into a hearty and exclusive class of people who call Michigan’s Upper Penninsula home...


March 15, 2019
It was my last assignment as an editorial intern. I found myself in the heart of the Appalachian Mountains; specifically, the historical town of Chambersburg, Pa...


March 15, 2019
Flowing through Paducah, Ky., the Ohio River takes a northwest trajectory. It then changes course to the southwest, forming an arch, before meeting up with the Mississippi River...


Feb. 21, 2019
I never get tired of looking at these mountains,” Tim Kelley reflected. “I’ve always said that I’m the most blessed man on earth to live here and farm...


Feb. 21, 2019
Yield mapping can identify the best and poorest producing areas of your corn and soybean fields. But what’s available for pastures? That’s the question Dutch dairyman Piet Jan Thibaudier...


Feb. 21, 2019
What’s also obvious is that this group isn’t afraid to break some norms — especially when it comes to alfalfa and corn silage production...


Nov. 23, 2018
Upon seeing the first armadillo of the day, I realized my internship had taken me beyond the boundaries of the Upper Midwest...


Nov. 23, 2018
Bales Hay Sales in Buckeye, Ariz., is home to a constant flow of Phoenix-area customers looking to buy 95-pound, three-tie bales to fill their livestock needs. Many of their customers are local horse...