Source : Sean Brotherson
People working in agriculture manage a variety of stresses on a regular basis.
Grain can be stored in many types of containers, but all storage options should keep the grain dry and provide adequate aeration to control grain temperature, according to North Dakota State University grain drying expert Ken Hellevang.
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PIKETON, Ohio — Livestock producers need to take precautions and be prepared to implement safety procedures when having visitors or tours on their farm or when exhibiting animals, to prevent risk of injury to both humans and animals, says a… Continue reading
Face and horn flies are the most common and most treated pests on North Dakota livestock operations, producers reported in a recent North Dakota State University Extension Service survey.
\”Left untreated, these pests can cause significant loss in… Continue reading
Duluth, Ga. – November 2015 – A free online video is now available to help producers access up-to-date information on strategic parasite control and the impact it can have on their operations’ bottom line.
The video segment topic, “Resistance,” explains… Continue reading