It's tough to talk about the "what ifs" but planning for the worst is important for the future success of your operation.
In a front page article in the Los Angeles Times last Thursday, Kate Linthicum reported that, “First domesticated here [Mexico City] 10,000 years ago, corn is not only a staple of the Mexican diet, but also a symbol of Mexico itself.
Michigan State University Extension has a new resource available to assist members and leaders with their swine project.
When it comes to large, high-intensity fires, we can expect to see a lot more in the coming years.
University of Missouri is part of a $6.6 million research initiative to promote soil health through cover crops.
February results for U.S. pork and beef exports were well above year-ago levels.
Bringing new animals home also means potentially bringing home new diseases, too.
The effectiveness of biosecurity methods to mitigate the transmission of porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDV) via farm personnel or contaminated fomites is poorly understood.
An online blog that gives voice to those visceral sentiments we harbor about people we loathe, has inspired a British writer to savage a BBC executive who mandates Meatless Mondays.
U.S. Farm Report