Provided by: NDSU Agriculture Communication – July 11, 2019
More than 70 percent of U.S. farms are set to transition from one generation to another and 400 million-plus acres of farmland are expected to change hands during the next 15… Continue reading
With cattle producers restocking herds following drought, experts are urging ranchers to be mindful of bovine anaplasmosis, an infectious disease that can be transmitted among cattle by blood.
“Due to sustained drought in Texas, many cattle operations have been… Continue reading
Whether farmers and ranchers are hauling hay bales to storage or moving them to pasture to feed cattle in winter, how efficiently they do so has a big impact on productivity and profits.
While conventional hay trailers have been around… Continue reading