While the window of opportunity has passed for some of these pests (tar spot, armyworms, corn borer and more), keep them in mind as you plan for next year.
Tune in for the latest update on the state of agtech and, more importantly, the way farmers are increasing their role as drivers of new innovation and not just potential customers.
Taxes aren’t your biggest problem. Blended families, kids’ future divorces and lack of communication cause big problems.
Sterling Marketing President John Nalivka discusses with Drovers editor Greg Henderson the impact of COVID-19 on cattle and beef markets with an outlook for the remainder of 2020 and into next year.
Spend an hour with Farm Journal Field Agronomists Ken Ferrie and Missy Bauer to make sure your fields, your equipment and your team are ready to roll.
Leaving a legacy is sometimes complicated by the unknown of who’s next in line.
Using the words “stubborn” and “cattle” together might be a bit redundant. But thoughtful pressure and keen cattle sense go a long way when you’re moving cattle.
Building a successful beef on dairy program is more than selecting black bulls.