Blogs Tagged cover crops

  1. Farmers Say that Conservation is Cool

    Anti-ag forces say that farmers are wasteful and greedy, but in reality, farmers today see conservation as trendy.

    04/08/2014

  2. Climate Change From A Faith-based Perspective

    Farmers need to help find solutions to cope with climate change, says a discussion at a church in Ames.

    04/07/2014

  3. Use Your '40 Chances' To Help Feed The World

    Take advantage of your '40 Chances' to improve your operation and help feed the world’s hungry

    03/11/2014

  4. 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

  5. Al Gustin's New Book Chronicles Ag Changes

    Al Gustin reflects on changes in North Dakota agriculture in his new book, "The Farm Byline." It's a good read and might make a good Christmas gift.

    11/28/2013

  6. Al Gustin's New Book Chronicles Ag Changes

    Al Gustin reflects on changes in North Dakota agriculture in his new book, "The Farm Byline." It's a good read and might make a good Christmas gift.

    11/28/2013

  7. Ten Reasons to Be Thankful This Year

    If you can't find reasons to be thankful this week, you need to take a closer look!

    11/25/2013

  8. Why You Should Chat With Your Extension Educator

    Get to know what programs your local educator offers.

    11/18/2013

  9. Families Growing Our Food: Managed Grazing Includes Best Land Use

    Don Peregrine has been recognized as a pioneer of grazing management.

    09/27/2013

  10. He Was Growing Cover Crops Before Covers Were Cool

    Iowa lost one of its pioneers in sustainable agriculture, Dick Thompson, co-founder of Practical Farmers of Iowa, who died Aug. 17 at age 81.

    08/27/2013