Here’s some old-time wisdom we can benefit from today! Growing Corn Successfully: A Treatise on Corn Culture From Plowing and Planting to Harvesting and Marketing by E. S. Teagarden was […]
The Chautauqua Hills run in a narrow band (ten miles wide at most) from the Kansas–Oklahoma line up to about Yates Center. Rolling uplands mark the region, and the Verdigris, […]
Careful stewardship of your water resources is a good policy whether you live in the semi-arid High Plains or along the rivers of eastern Kansas, but balancing conservation with effectiveness […]
It can be very tempting to align ourselves with an ideology or movement, can’t it? Usually we’re attracted to a particular way of thinking because there’s something in it that […]
Here’s a book that can help you grow something a little different in your field or food plot: Beans as a Field Crop in Kansas, issued by the Kansas State […]
This sandy floodplain is a unique ecosystem, but one which challenges farmers to the utmost.
Oh, no! The hens have stopped laying! Few chicken-keeping problems are as bewildering as this one. So many variables affect egg production. How do you sort through them all? The […]
Are you new to country living? Just starting out or maybe taking a deep breath before making the jump? Never fear! Over the next four weeks you’ll find tips to […]