Baxter Black: Improving My Horsemanship
May 10, 2017

Baxter looks at some of the many devices he's collected over the years that are "guaranteed" to improve his horsemanship.




Baxter Black: Improving My Horsemanship

Baxter Black: Improving My Horsemanship

Baxter looks at some of the many devices he's collected over the years that are "guaranteed" to improve his horsemanship.... More
Harvest Time 2017

Harvest Time 2017

Canola harvest of 2016, which has spent the winter under the snow.... More
John Deere 8850 Tractor Stuck in Muddy Field in North Dakota Pulled Out by Another 8850

John Deere 8850 Tractor Stuck in Muddy Field in North Dakota Pulled Out by Another 8850

One John Deere 8850 tractor pulls another 8850 out of a muddy farm field near Donnybrook, ND 5/4/17... More
BeGrainSafe Entrapment Demonstration

BeGrainSafe Entrapment Demonstration

Across Canada, the number of people being trapped in grain is on the rise. The Grain Safety Program is intended to address this issue. At the heart of the program is the building of a mobile demonstration unit that can function as both an education and training tool.... More
The Department of Food, Agricultural & Resource Economics at the University of Guelph

The Department of Food, Agricultural & Resource Economics at the University of Guelph

The Department of Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics at the University of Guelph offers undergraduate and graduate programs focusing on issues related to food, agricultural and resource use.... More
Beef North - Lifestyle in Northern Ontario

Beef North - Lifestyle in Northern Ontario

Learn more about the recreational activities and abundance of opportunities available in Northern Ontario to enjoy.... More
Hormone Implants In Cattle?

Hormone Implants In Cattle?

Dave Lalman explains the science behind hormone implants for calves.... More

Kansas Wheat Tour Update 2017

Kansas Wheat Tour Update 2017

K-State wheat specialist, Romulo Lollato, explains the condition of the wheat throughout Kansas.... More
Farm Factor - Kansas Soybean Update

Farm Factor - Kansas Soybean Update

Farm Factor - Kansas Soybean Update featuring Dr. Doug Jardine... More
Yellow Corn Needs Some Heat

Yellow Corn Needs Some Heat

Farmers are worried about their corn crop across the Midwest. Some of it most certainly will need to be replanted because of standing water, but as Todd Gleason reports some whole fields have turned yellow.... More
NAFTA Positive for U.S. Agriculture

NAFTA Positive for U.S. Agriculture

President Trump wants to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement, but farm groups say besides dairy there is not much room for improvement.... More
Cow-Calf Corner: Working spring calves

Cow-Calf Corner: Working spring calves

Glenn Selk uses Beef Quality Assurance guidelines to provide tips for working spring calves.... More
Predicting Feedlot Performance

Predicting Feedlot Performance

Jim MacDonald, UNL beef cattle nutritionist, discusses research from the 2017 Nebraska Beef Cattle Report looking at predicting cattle performance in the feedlot.... More
 From the Field: Versatile 4WD Tractors of Arkansas

From the Field: Versatile 4WD Tractors of Arkansas

Versatile sat in with farmers from Arkansas to ask how their Versatile 4WDs have performed in their operation.... More
First Cut of Hay with Big Tractor Power

First Cut of Hay with Big Tractor Power

First Cut of Hay with Big Tractor Power 2017.... More
  Manitoba Farmers Cash In As Quinoa Craze Heats Up

Manitoba Farmers Cash In As Quinoa Craze Heats Up

It's a crop typically grown south of the equator, far from Manitoba. But more and more quinoa is being produced in the province as demand for the grain, and its popularity, keep growing.... More
Manitoba Air Seeder

Manitoba Air Seeder

DJI Phantom 3 Standard Air Seeder in Manitoba.... More
 Manitoba Potato Seeding

Manitoba Potato Seeding

Seeding potatoes in Manitoba... More
Livestock Marketing

Livestock Marketing

Derrell Peel says retail beef prices should remain low, even with higher cattle prices.... More
Market Monitor

Market Monitor

Kim Anderson says the recent snow in the High Plains could damage one percent of U.S. exports, but time will tell.... More
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