FARM BLEAT An evening adventure
Twice last week I arrived home from work to the squeals of the neighbor kids wanting to go to the farm for a fun-filled evening of four-wheeling adventures and a bonfire.
I must admit, it was kind of... Posted on 9/26/11 at 1:33 PM
Recent rains have helped, but ranchers should continue to monitor water in pastures for too-high levels of salts and solids, says Karl Hoppe, area specialist in livestock systems at the North Dakota State University Research Extension Center in Carrington.
TOWNER, N.D. — Growing up, most of our pastures had herds of cattle or a small band of horses on them. But one small pasture, close to home, was occupied by old steel and antique iron. It was a little boy’s imagination playland better than most manufactured specifically to amuse.
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