Bugs look for winter homes — yours

Corn and soybean fields are excellent places for insects to feed, reproduce, and hide. These...

Nature’s creatures serve up several superstitions

The black and brown woolly bear caterpillars are out in force, preparing for the upcoming...

Driving safety tips at harvesttime

In the past few weeks there have been accidents in rural areas involving motorists and farm...

Get a proper education on ‘flutterby’ habitats

As a young state park ranger, I was helping lead a naturalist’s fall hike through Beaver...

Farmers may see abnormal corn ears

Farmers were able to get a good start on the corn harvest with the unseasonably warm and dry...

Sportsmen’s Alliance protects outdoor heritage

As it has for 37 years, the Sportsmen’s Alliance continues to be the leading organization...
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Ask the Experts: October 17th

Publishing the first and third Tuesday of each month, The Courier ‘Ask the Experts’ column...

Frost can cause some grasses to be poisonous for livestock

Farmers often grow annual warm-season grasses, such as sorghum-sudangrass, for cattle and sheep...
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