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Farm Director Rick Shields and our staff of writers from across the Midwest will be providing you great kernels of information on everything from seed to feed, from commodity news to sustainability, livestock, crops and more.
Photo credit: bluekdesign from morguefile.com It's safe to say that the goal of most every business owner is to build their business and then pass it down to their children. Farming, of course, is no different. A Farm ...
I've always loved the advice from the Old Farmers Almanac, "sooner begun, sooner done." I have taken great pains to quote it often enough to my children that I'm certain they will not only remember it, but tell ...
You may have heard the expressions "too many cooks in the kitchen" or "too many irons in the fire," but the Professional Dairy Producers of Wisconsin want to also remind you not to have too many cows in the pen ...