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Hay is expensive, even if you make your own. Avoiding waste can mean you don’t have to buy hay or could mean you have excess hay you can sell. Either way, using your hay efficiently results in more money in the long run.
Governmental funding initiatives will result in some farms and small businesses having significant governmental income payments this year. Several tax planning strategies can help farmers maximize their after-tax income.
Handling livestock safely is crucial on any farm to prevent accidents, injuries, and fatalities. Bulls are some of the most dangerous animals on the farm and require strict safety measures.
Securing enough forage during a drought can be a challenge. But there are steps you can take to get the forage you need or stretch your current forage inventory.
These 10 tips for managing drought-stressed cool-season grass pastures in the Midwest can help ensure pasture longevity and maximize growth when rainfall comes.
The Drug Residue Prevention Program (DRPP) helps prevent drug residues in milk and meat and promotes antibiotic stewardship in livestock.
There are no magic feeds, pills, shots, or other secrets that top dairy producers have in their management toolboxes. Most producers can implement best practices that do not require a lot of money. Just some skill and consistency.