Ways to fend off overeating

Whether it’s game days on a Sunday afternoon or a family fest for the holidays, eating too much food can lead to weight gain and poorer health. Instead, take steps…

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Soybean maturity

Soybeans can be a tough plant to figure out. Sometimes they put out a lot of foliage and not a lot of beans. Sometimes they are loaded with pods and…

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Fenceline memories

By the time you read this, I will have retired. After 41 years, it’s time! My older sisters pushed for me to retire during the pandemic, but I hung out…

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Cleaning, storing canners

When canner lids are brought to an Extension office to have the gauge tested for accuracy, we see a variety of cleanliness in the way they have been stored. As…

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‘And when September comes’

“And when September comes…” words to a beautiful old song remind us of life’s changes. Cycles and seasons are part of every life. Life is a journey. Sometimes we see…

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New 4-H year is on the horizon

With each new school year comes opportunities for growth in and out of the classroom. For those ages 7-18, now is the time to consider adding 4-H to their hands-on…

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Farm machinery safety

I would like to remind everyone that harvest time is here and we need to make sure to drive accordingly. A lot of the farm machinery and semis with grain…

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Forage stand recovery

Larval feeding in forage stands from fall armyworm has been rampant as this growing season heads towards the finish. Perennial forage crops like brome and alfalfa tend to respond fairly…

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