Daylight Saving Time Ends

🕔14:10, 30.Oct 2018

Not forever of course – just for this year.  The time change many of us made this past spring has been quite a contentious subject over the years, dating back to when Benjamin Franklin playfully advocated laws  in 1874 that pressured

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Are you Storing Your Grain?

🕔13:46, 30.Oct 2018

  The current markets may dictate that storing your grain is the prudent thing to do, and many farmers are positioned to handle this aspect of their operations.  Some basic tips for long-term grain storage are: Preparing grain bins by

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Skunk People

🕔13:06, 16.Oct 2018

Hmmm.  While that’s a new term for me, the subject it refers to is quite familiar.  Jolene Brown, speaker, author, farmer, and champion for the people of agriculture uses this term to describe those people who live their lives dumping negative

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Expiration Exasperation

🕔13:03, 16.Oct 2018

  The 2018 Farm Bill expired on September 30th, but what exactly does this mean?  This massive and complex  piece of legislation is like a huge bundle of dozens of different programs rather than a single bill and not all

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Ag Women and Their Health Needs

🕔14:59, 3.Oct 2018

The USDA says that even though a third of all American farmers are women, their safety and health needs are being overlooked.  In an effort to focus on these issues, a free webinar entitled “Optimizing the Health of the Female

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