National Cocktail Day: It’s always 5 o’clock in the garden
It’s that time of year to start thinking about backyard picnics and patio drinking. What do you have in your garden
NY beef producer shares story to celebrate National Ag Day
With more than 98% of Americans having little to no direct connection to farming or ranching, now, more than ever,
Keep your flock safe and happy
On National Poultry Day, we would like to remind you to keep your flock safe from the highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI).
Praise the hardware store spirits!
Every year, Worship of Tools Day is celebrated on March 11. Often not very large, often held directly in your hands,
How to not celebrate Invasive Species Week
Any living organism that is normally found in one specific region and is introduced to another region with incredibly negative effects
Grab that leash and lace up
Without getting too deep, we may have missed out on a lot of things over the past two years, but one thing we definitely
Celebrate Love Your Pet Day
Love Your Pet Day is Feb. 20, and while it seems like an easy enough thing to do, there are good, healthy ways to show
Millers Mills Ice Harvest returns
The Millers Mills Community in the town of Columbia is again planning their annual Ice Harvest for Sunday, Feb. 13.
Taking care of hooves
In light of it being International Hoof Care Month, we thought we’d share this story from Country Folks columnist Judy Van Put,
Feeding our feathered friends
Some of my fondest memories of my grandfather involved a not-so-silent war he was involved in for years.