1. How Improved Record Keeping Can Help Your Farm

    When it comes to operating a farm, one thing you might not always think about is your record keeping. But after all, a farm is a business and it still requires the same record and bookkeeping that any other company would in order to keep things strai…Read More

  2. What To Know About Farming In Colorado

    Here’s a fun fact for you: According to the most recent Colorado agricultural statistics bulletin from the United States Department of Agriculture in conjunction with the Colorado Department of Agriculture, there are around 33,800 farms operating i…Read More

  3. What To Know Before Buying A Farm

    Buying a farm can be one of the most exciting and rewarding long-term ventures. Not only will you be contributing to greater good of society by providing food, crops, or other produce, but you will also be giving your family a reliable means of livin…Read More

  4. What Is Sustainable Agriculture?

    The world of agriculture is constantly changing. Along with new innovations in technology and a better understanding about how agricultural practices affect our environment, the industry has always been searching for new ways to optimize operations w…Read More

  5. 5 Ways To Prepare Your Farm For Winter

    Brace yourself. And your livestock. And your crops. And everything else on your farmland. Because unfortunately, winter is indeed coming. While it won’t be bringing any zombies (we hope), it will still be carrying some frigid temperatures, freezes,…Read More

  6. What A Soil Analysis Can Tell You

    As a landowner, you know that taking proper care of your grounds and performing your due diligence when it comes to land quality and pollutants can be a critical component of running your business more efficiently. Farming is a delicate process which…Read More

  7. Buying The Farmland Of Your Dreams

    Buying farmland isn’t for everyone. Owning and operating your own farm, whether it’s for growing and producing crops, commercial livestock management, or just to experience a sustainable, agricultural type of lifestyle, is a lot of work and in ma…Read More

  8. Does Your Dairy Farm Have An Emergency Response Plan?

    The unfortunate truth is that natural disasters can strike at any time. Especially in Colorado, where we experience the full extremes of all four seasons. From blizzards to floods to wildfires, Colorado’s tumultuous weather patterns can leave our d…Read More

  9. Tips For Starting A Dairy Farm

    In the United States, dairy farming is a booming business. That has more to do with the amount of dairy farms in the country than the price of a gallon of milk, but nevertheless dairy farming can be a worthwhile and rewarding venture for experienced …Read More

  10. How To Properly Plan Your Dairy Barn

    What’s in a barn? More than just storage for your farming supplies, or even shelter for your herd, a good barn is an essential part of your operation. Whether you’re looking to buy a dairy in Greeley, Colorado, or you already own a dairy farm of …Read More