New research shows that ants may be an important tool for managing insect pests on crops, perhaps even better than chemical insecticides.
Guide Helps Beginners with Direct-Marketing Meat
A new, free online guide serves as a “first resource” for those new to direct marketing, as well as existing direct marketers.
RFD-TV Episode to Highlight Sustainable Innovations in Farming
Tune in to RFD-TV on March 29 at 5:30 P.M. EDT for the premiere of a new episode showcasing sustainable innovations in farming.
Getting New Farms “Up and Running”
The Kerr Center’s David Redhage recently interviewed organic farmer Jesse Frost about getting new farms up and running to a productive state.
President’s Note: Book Review – The Living Soil Handbook
If you are interested in no-till organics, “The Living Soil Handbook” is a good place to start. Find out why!
Soil Health for the Southern Region: Online Course
A new free online course from the Organic Farming Research Foundation equips southern producers with the knowledge to increase soil health.
Borrowing from the Past? Grain Mixes for Climate Resilience
New research is revealing how an old practice – planting grain mixes in the same field, as a polyculture – can enhance climate resilience.
Running out of Vets?
Farm country is running out of vets, according to a new report. The same publication also offers suggestions on how to reverse the trend.
Guide to Small-Scale Poultry Processing
ATTRA’s guide to small-scale poultry processing regulations offers valuable information for anyone considering a meat poultry enterprise.
President’s Note – Blueberries
The Kerr Center is planting a large number of highbush and rabbiteye blueberry varieties to evaluate for eastern Oklahoma.