Country Folks Grower and Lee Trade Shows have been the trade show partner for the Empire State Producers Expo for over 15 years. We have enjoyed our tenure with the many exhibitors and seeing the show grow in size
by Tamara Scully
In a recent eOrganic webinar, Utah State graduate student Michael Greenland presented research which was designed to explore how dairy breed might interact with forage type. Previous studies at the university had shown that Jersey heifers
by Enrico Villamaino
Chrissy Wozniak, host of the North American Ag Spotlight (NAAS) podcast, recently sat down with Damian Mason to discuss how the current state of the economy is likely to affect agricultural professionals moving forward. An author,
by Sally Colby
Heat has negative implications for dairy cow comfort and productivity, but there’s also clear evidence that heifer calves born of heat-stressed dams have lower productivity.
Dr. Jimena Laporta, assistant professor in lactation physiology, University Wisconsin-Madison, addressed
“Is corn boom expanding Gulf of Mexico’s ‘dead zone’?” That’s the title of an article written by Conrad Wilson of the (Minneapolis) Star Tribune, published Oct. 1, 2008. His sub-heading read “Some fear an ethanol-fueled harvest in the Midwest
As springtime comes around, we embrace the scent of the blossoms and freshly cut grass in the air. For those in the equine industry, spring also brings along different smells. The smell of fly spray mixed with leather soap
by Pauline E. Burnes, PLA
On May 21 I had the pleasure of organizing and participating in the Mounted Patrol Training Techniques Clinic on my big bay Tennessee Walker, Little Joe. Now 16 years old and 16 hands tall,
by Sally Colby
Organic farmers don’t always get the same attention as conventional farmers, but a recently completed national study helped determine the challenges and needs of those who farm organically.
“We consider these surveys and the findings to