4X5 Roll Bales
Progressive Forage Feed
Power loss costs thousands
In the near future, the infrastructure of the power companies will not be able to handle the load. As we all know, it seems we are all at the end of the line when it comes to power.
Cost analysis: Rock fertilizer vs. poultry litter
I have often wondered, and have been asked several times, about the dollar value of poultry litter products as they relate to the cost of traditional rock fertilizers. I myself have used poultry litter in the past, with mixed results.
Picking apples off the grazing tree – Part III The stocking rate – hay feeding trade-off
In the first article of this series (Picking apples off the grazing tree: When grazing isn't profitable), we went over extended-season grazing at a conceptual level to help understand that as we push extended-season grazing further into the winter,
3 open minutes with Cori Wittman
Cori Wittman is the daughter of Dick Wittman, owner of a 20,000-acre dryland crop, range cattle and timber operation in northern Idaho and private business management consultant (Wittman Consulting).
No skirting the issue: Women in agriculture
“More advertising in agriculture should be directed at women. They’re making a lot of the financial decisions on farms.”
Constant learning is the key to Oregon ranch’s success
Jerry Baker started Baker Angus in 1982. What started out as a small plot of land that had housed his father’s dairy has, after 45 years, grown to 900 acres of hay and cropland that comprises the home ranch in Vale, Oregon.