Did you know 63 percent of in-home beef meals include ground beef? Here are some tips for quick and healthy meals using frozen ground beef "crumbles."
Frozen make-Ahead Crumbled Beef - Basic Recipe...
Save the date for the 2018 Indiana Small Farm Conference!
As nighttime temperatures drop and we near our first fall frost, you will begin to notice more insects and spiders making their bold move into homes, seeking a nice warm spot to spend the winter. Some of the more common home invaders include: Asian lady beetles, boxelder bugs, brown stink bugs, and a number of menacing (but usually harmless) spiders. Now is a good time to check around the home for potential entry points, as just like in sports, when it comes to keeping bugs out of the house, a g
The White County 4-H News - October 2017 edition is now available. Click the link below to view.
It's time to start thinking about enrolling in 4-H for the 2017-2018 year! Beginning October 1st, youth (4-H and Mini 4-H) and volunteers can enroll in White County 4-H using the 4Honline system at https://4honline.com.
Below are links to instructions on how to enroll new 4-H members and instructions for re-enrolling 4-H members and volunteers.
With another quality crop harvest forecasted in the U.S. this year coupled with low commodity prices, it is likely that quite a bit of grain will be placed in storage for the time being. Properly storing grain can be tricky, as there are several factors that will determine how long it can be in storage including: grain quality, moisture content, and the quality of storage facilities.
Fall is a favorite time of year for many, and for those in our agricultural community it is a very busy time as well. The days are getting shorter, the air will be getting crisper soon (hopefully), and with that we will begin to see more and more activity in the fields. While farming can be fun it is important for those who work in the industry as well as those who live around it, to remember that it can be a hazardous occupation as well.