Baxter Black: Dogs were made to bark

Baxter Black: Dogs were made to bark

Baxter Black, the cowboy poet shares thoughts on the ways of ranch dogs.... More
Will Antibiotics Help The Cow?

Will Antibiotics Help The Cow?

Treatment Decisions For Clinical Mastitis: Will Antibiotics Help The Cow? ... More
Cow-Calf Corner

Cow-Calf Corner

Glenn Selk explains how newborn calves absorb antibodies in the first hours of their life.... More
IPTV: Market Analyst Don Roose

IPTV: Market Analyst Don Roose

How low can it go? Price declines leave the oil industry in limbo. President Obama cries foul on his status as a lame duck. Another commodity’s downturn tugs at the fiber of rural America. Market analysis with Don Roose.... More
Data Management Made Easy

Data Management Made Easy

This Iowa grower uses machine and agronomic data in new ways to make decisions on-the-go … even with his older equipment.... More
Rust In Wheat

Rust In Wheat

SUNUP visit with Bob Hunger about rust showing up in Oklahoma wheat fields.... More
Farmers Planning For 2016 Crop Season

Farmers Planning For 2016 Crop Season

Even though its wintertime grain farmers are already busy preparing for the upcoming crop season. This is the time of year they are working with their agronomists and other consultants to line up their cropping plan, purchasing inputs and attending farm shows to learn about new technology.... More

Market to Market, Analyst Ted Seifried

Market to Market, Analyst Ted Seifried

New year, new you and now new dietary guidelines. El Nino slams several states, bringing too much of a good thing to the parched region. Two brothers turned an FFA project into a money-making enterprise. Market analysis with Ted Seifried.... More
Derrell Peel On Cattle Market 2016 Outlook

Derrell Peel On Cattle Market 2016 Outlook

Derrell Peel says he is watching trade and consumption to see how they could influence cattle markets in 2016. ... More
Cow-Calf Corner: Passive Immunity

Cow-Calf Corner: Passive Immunity

Glenn Selk explains why passive immunity is important in the first 24 hours of a calf’s life.... More
Sugarcane Grinding Season Finishing Up

Sugarcane Grinding Season Finishing Up

This year’s sugarcane grinding season is finally wrapping up. This season will be remembered for its dry, fast start with high sugar recovery levels that eventually turned into a wet, muddy finish with lower sugar recovered. LSU AgCenter correspondent Craig Gautreaux has the story.... More
Soils Support Health, International Year Of Soils 2015

Soils Support Health, International Year Of Soils 2015

Nutrients and microbes in the soil help grow healthful foods, create a clean, productive environment, and allow humans to directly receive health benefits through certain antibiotics and anti-cancer drugs. A Kansas State University soil microbiologist speaks on these items as part of the 2015 In... More
Priaxor On Canola Grower Testimonials

Priaxor On Canola Grower Testimonials

With tightened canola rotations and the rise of blackleg across Western Canada, reliance on resistance genetics alone is no longer enough. Tank-mixed with your in-crop canola herbicide, Priaxor helps you manage blackleg and take your canola crop to the next level. ... More
Pulse Producers Can Improve Crop

Pulse Producers Can Improve Crop

Leighton Blashko of Bayer CropScience talks about the Year of Pulses and some of the exciting new products growers can use to increase crop health and yields.... More
Farm Basics - Prepaying Inputs

Farm Basics - Prepaying Inputs

Brian & Darren looks at why farmers prepay for some of their inputs. ... More
Iron Talk - Hydraulic Care

Iron Talk - Hydraulic Care

Darren gives some tips for maintaining your hydraulic system.... More
Market To Market Analyst Tomm Pfitzenmaier

Market To Market Analyst Tomm Pfitzenmaier

On this episode of Market to Market, the nation receives a wintery wake-up call from Mother Nature, and we cover the ups and downs of 2015 from farm fields to the halls of Congress. Market analysis with Tomm Pfitzenmaier.... More
What beef producers need to know about pain control and prevention

What beef producers need to know about pain control and prevention

Injuries, ailments and surgery hurt. On days you slam your hand in a gate, wake up with a knee that’s more sore than usual, or are admitted to a hospital for an operation, anti-inflammatory painkillers (analgesics) and drugs that block all nerve sensation (anesthetics) are things to be grateful ... More
Managing Soybean Cyst Nematodes

Managing Soybean Cyst Nematodes

Soybean Agronomy How to interpret the results from your soybean cyst nematode (SCN) soil test and then manage to control further SCN losses.... More
Wheat Harvest at Walters Farm 2015

Wheat Harvest at Walters Farm 2015

Farming videos are very entertaining. Here is a new one from Walters Farm. Wheat harvest 2015 in Saskatchewan Canada. Machinery and people in Action.... More
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