Blogs Tagged farmer magazine

  1. Master Farmer Spirit Is In The Air

    The class of 2014 features Phyllis and Roy Bardole from Rippey; Brian and Cindy Kemp from Sibley; Ann and Marlyn Jorgensen from Garrison; and Gene and Marita Rouse from Huxley.

    03/19/2014

  2. Cover Crop Reflections

    The concept of planting cover crops to build soil is nothing new, but the idea is gaining new followers in the field every day.

    03/04/2014

  3. Let It Snow, Let It Snow … Just Know How Much

    You still have a chance to outguess the weather forecaster and win free seed.

    01/06/2014

  4. Harvest Time: Lofty View from the Cab of the Combine

    Who needs a mountain vista when you have the majestic view from the driver's seat of a combine?

    10/08/2013

  5. Harvest Time: Haste Makes Waste

    Take your time during harvest to protect grain and profits.

    10/01/2013

  6. The Difference Between a Weed and a Crop

    If you look at the history of modern domestic crops, most started out being considered weeds.

    09/24/2013

  7. Husker Harvest Days 2013: Four Things I Learned in Three Days

    Husker Harvest Days 2013 is now history, but interaction between farmers and the businesses that make farms tick will live on all year long.

    09/17/2013

  8. Day One of Husker Harvest Days: Hot Day. Cool Stuff.

    Husker Harvest Days 2013 kicked off Tuesday with great crowds and lots to see and do.

    09/10/2013

  9. Husker Harvest Days 2013: Five Things You Won't Want to Miss

    Crops and livestock, machinery and irrigation, technology and antique farm equipment are all waiting for you at HHD this year.

    09/10/2013

  10. Identity Protection: I Can't Even Get My Own Private Information

    Between usernames, passcodes, my own forgetfulness and secret questions, I can't gain access to my own information when I need it.

    08/27/2013