How do plants beat the heat? Find out how your garden can stay productive this summer.
Water for Every Farm is rather heavy reading, but it does address adapting farming practices to the land.
Is the thought of planning a rotational or management-intensive grazing system daunting to you? If you are new to the concept, you will probably appreciate this free guide from the University of Minnesota Extension Service—Grazing Systems Planning Guide. The Grazing Systems Planning Guide is directed at beginners. It walks graziers through the planning process sequentially.Continue reading “Grazing Systems Planning Guide”
Organic gardeners have many good reasons to use mulch besides aesthetics. We’ll give you three.
Simply put, raw water is water that has not been filtered or treated in any way.
The original AAA left a lasting legacy. By 1940, 6 million farmers were receiving subsidies. Farm commodities have been subsidized ever since.
Fortunately, this problem is structural in nature, and therefore will not cause an epidemic.
Oregon State University has a series of 30-Year Normals maps of the United States that will be very useful to you as you pursue your country living adventure.
Young people continue to enter agriculture, while some environmental issues have attracted the attention of the average American.
Summer can be very busy, but don’t forget to learn and brainstorm. Spend some time enjoying nature, researching animals, and growing healthy plants. Brush up on your birdwatching vocabulary. Discover how wood type affects the sound of your guitar. Explore the 11 physiographic regions of Kansas. Learn about rare and popular breeds of livestock. ConsiderContinue reading “Get Ready for July 2016”