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.


  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.


  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.


  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?


  5. Harvest Time: Haste Makes Waste

    Take your time during harvest to protect grain and profits.


  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.


  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.


  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.


  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.


  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.