We know you’re busy, so we decided to pull some stories from the news that you may have missed that you should know about. From work-life balance to methane emissions to tigers (that’s right, tigers) to the future of smart farms–here’s what you need to know.
Contrary to what the headline may lead you to believe, this article is not a great pie recipe. Instead, it’s a look at how farmers, who typically wear many hats from hour to hour, can help bring a little bit more balance to their lives. This article is full of practical (and actionable) tips to help you get your work done without compounding your stress.
Methane produced from dairy cattle has been a hot topic for the last few years. How much is actually produced and what is the actual environmental impact of that amount? An international consortium of researchers decided to devise a more accurate model to help answers those questions more definitively.
Current herd sizes are exceeding the demand for meat in record numbers—so what are livestock owners to do? As demand for beef grows, supply increases and prices go up. This piece looks at the economics of demand.
There were 90.9 million acres of corn grown in 2017, all of which are in danger of being impacted by the mycotoxin fumonisin, thanks to extreme weather patterns across the nation. How does this affect your feed and why should you care?
Any stories we missed? Feel free to share them with us!