Nutrient management plans (NMPs) are farm management tools that were initially created to help farmers manage the timing, amount and placement of fertilizers in their pastures for the environments sake. In today’s world though, the NMP can do much more than help protect the environment. It can also protect your pocket book.
The secret is in knowing where fat, in the right places, can add value
Ozarks farmers looking to use their land and byproducts more productively: This conference is for you. Join the discussion on the future of energy here in southwest Missouri at the Ozarks New Energy Conference Feb.22-23 in Springfield, Mo. Nationally recognized biomass researchers and experts, University and extension specialists, government officials and private business leaders will speak on biomass as an alternative energy source
Culling a herd is a common, practical and cost-effective procedure for any livestock operation. Producers are always searching for practices that can increase profitability for their farms, and culling is one such practice. Culling in its most simple form is removing those animals from the herd that are inferior, leaving only the superior animals to reproduce and strengthen the operation.
Finding value in leasing cattle – and what your costs will truly be
Carbon Monoxide detectors good idea in the home, the shop - 212 Missouri deaths from CO poisoning in 5 years
The first and most important step in taking control of your farm operation’s financial well-being is to keep good and accurate farm records.