With proper nutrient management, growers can combat drought effects on yields. In this video from Potash eKonomics, Dr. Paul Fixen, Director of Research at the International Plant Nutrition Institute (IPNI), examines a long-term study at Ohio State that demonstrated how elevated potassium levels relieved crop stress and improved yields even during a drought.
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This driver might have taken a double take, but this scene from Gilford, New Hampshire is just what it looks like — a herd of buffalo was on the loose Tuesday. Twenty-five bison escaped from Bolduc Farm Tuesday afternoon, forcing the closure of two roads and lots of spotlight in social media. On Facebook, the […]
The Stearns County, Minnesota Sheriff’s Office is working with state and federal authorities to track down the individual who released more than 30,000 mink from a Central Minnesota farm. According to WCCO, Dan Lang believes his farm was targeted, with fence being taken down in three different areas and under the cover of darkness to […]
So perhaps this is an atypical way to showcase a horse, but when a potential buyer wanted to know if Pumba gets spooked around plastic bags, this demonstration was set up to prove just how bombproof this animal is. As Brookby Heights International joked on its Facebook page: “No horses, roosters or people of Papakura were […]
Wonder what Jay Lavery, aka the Dancing Farmer, has been up to since his viral video shaking it to Sia’s “Cheap Thrills?” Well he’s still dancing. This time the New York farmer tries his hand at Shawn Mendes’ “There’s Nothin Holdin me Back.” The Dancing Farm has dance music in the barn for all of […]
#ICYMI last week Weeping Fox Ranch in Hartley, Iowa posted this viral video of an 11-month-old purebred Hereford bull darning some new attire — a tire. The woman narrating the video said: “Don’t know how he did it, and I don’t know how it’s coming off. Hopefully, the guys can figure it out, cause I’m […]
The top five AGDAILY stories of the week … did you follow the action? This week we feature an inspiring young Vermont farmer, firefighter, and FFA’er; Before the Plate gives us a sneak peak of their film; and the Farm Babe proves you can’t judge a book by its cover. Don’t miss a moment at […]
Photographer and watercolor painter Gabriel Krekk has spent years using art to celebrate the American Cowgirl. In the past year, he has done half a dozen tribute videos to cowgirls. In his most recent, he showcases the photoshoots that covered two and half years across three States with American Cowgirl Katie Fairfield of North Dakota.
Oregon Farm Bureau posted this video of how sweet cherries are harvested. The clip is at the farm of Austin Chapin of Marion County Farm Bureau and Young Farmers & Ranchers.