By Randy Kuhn, 100% Grass-Fed
Managed grazing can help you get through the weather challenges across the country. Learn more about managing your pasture.
Should I Include Sulfur for Soybeans or Only for Corn?
By Ask An Agronomist
I'm in a corn, corn, soybean three-year rotation and currently am only applying sulfur on the two years of corn. Should I be adding it to the bean year? Or, would it be available to the beans if I were to up the rates to more than what the corn needs in the corn years?
Ration Consistency is More Important than Ration Balancing
By Rick Lundquist, Animal Health & Nutrition
Each cow’s microbial community wants to maintain equilibrium in the rumen. That’s why it’s so important to avoid sudden ration changes and feed consistently.
Retaining Key Employees During the Ownership/Management Transition
By Josh Sylvester, Legacy Planner
Oftentimes, we work with agribusinesses that have long-term key employees who are critical to the success of the operation. Without these capable successors and employees, many businesses do not survive the departure of the owner.
In The Shop: The Expense of Critters and Sunshine
By Dan Anderson, In The Shop
Some of the most expensive, unnecessary repairs I've made to farm equipment in recent years have been to wiring harnesses damaged during off-season storage by varmints or exposure to weather. I understand that even with adequate shed space, it's tough to keep varmints under control. But anything that keeps sunlight, moisture and critters away from machinery will eventually save money.