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Caring for Hay Fields

Maintaining your hay fields is a year-round job and one that pays in higher yields.

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Small Hay Operations Have Big Needs

More small-acreage farmers are cutting and baling themselves. Two farmers explain how they not only save money, but also how they produce a better-quality product.

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How A Methane Digester Works

Find out how the digester turns waste into energy.

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Match Maker: The Right Hay For Your Livestock

Are you matching the quality of hay to the nutrient needs of your livestock? Here are a few scenarios for ruminants and equines.

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A Farm with a View

The slow-food movement, a whole lot of smart management and “location, location, location” are a winning combination that helps the Neale family live a dream at Windmist Farm.

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From The Land Up

Tommy Porter built his triple livestock operation from a tiny herd and an irrepressible desire to farm.

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Remember the Fundamentals

A fertilizer expert by trade and a rancher for the love of it, this producer advises friends and neighbors to take advantage of the opportunities Mother Nature gives you.

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Day Job

Through custom work, an Iowa farmer finds a way to equip his family operation, and those of his customers, with the latest in ag technology.

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Outstanding in the Field

Stephen and Dawn Robertson have made a nice life at East Fork Farm marketing farm-to-table. One night last summer, their market came to them.

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