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It’s no secret that living in the country often brings more pests like bugs, spiders, moles trying to invade your space.

NCBA Delivers Preserving Family Farms Act

The Art of Outdoor Cooking

Here are some ways you can help keep your pet safe.

The answer will most likely vary depending on who you ask and what part of the country you live in.

You’ve finally made it. Retirement is right around the corner. No more long days or busy commutes. So, what’s next?

Tiny homes normally measure between 100 and 400 square feet and come in all shapes and sizes.

42ft ‘Learmousine’ is Heading to Auction

What's the Auctioneer Actually Saying

Tips for Buying Hunting Land

The Benefits of Hunting

Do you know what the American front porch was developed for?

Living off the land means relying mostly, or solely, on natural resources like water, food and power.

We know they're delicious, but what other uses are there for cattle?

Preparing Your Farm for Flooding

Covid 19 Impact on Farming

Tips for Buying or Selling a Home in the Country

A Hidden Treasure Inside the Cottonwood Branch

CRP Program is a Win-Win for both Land Owners & Land Conservation

Thinking of Buying Hunting Land, Here Are Some Tips to Help Guide You.

What Affects Bow Speed and FPS

Cattle Production, Early Days to Today..

Is It Better To Use Horses or ATV's When Working Cattle..?

Top Secrets To Buying Good Hunting Land

Industry Experts Predict Large Hunting Season

Keep Hunting During the Summer

Solar Energy is the wave of the future for rural property owners...

Move to Country and Enjoy Social Distancing with Peace of Mind

A short story about our first youth turkey hunt in NE MO

Things to look for when valuing a ranch

Calculating animal units (carrying capacity) is a great way to look at a ranch acquisition.

Rural land is in demand right now.

Social Distancing won't keep us down, we have a ton of ways to stay active and keep it fun this spring.

If you’re in the market for hunting land – or if you’re selling your farm

Last year, homes for sale remained low compared to previous years and as we head into the selling season of 2020, those numbers haven’t changed. The d

If you’re thinking of selling your home, ranch, farm or other real estate or personal property, it’s important you know all of your options.

There are two types of duck hunters: those who have experienced a lights-out flooded timber shoot for greenheads and the rest of us. Do it once and you’re addicted. A quick limit leaves you wanting more, and wanting to do it again. Getting skunked also leaves you wanting to do it again, because you’re still pursuing a great hunt.

You’re imagining it right now. A 50-acre tract of pristine hunting real estate. That shiny, newly printed deed sparkling when the light hits it just right. And a big buck up on the wall the first year of hunting on it. But are you ready to pull the trigger on hunting land? Do you have all the knowledge you need?

Pressured deer are cagey, reclusive and downright difficult to hunt. But once deer season opens and other hunters are piling on the pressure, it can be nigh impossible to find a deer that isn’t wary. Yet, there are certain tricks you can use to even the odds. Here are six...

You overheard the guys talking about the great duck hunting they’ve been enjoying, and you wheedled an invitation to go along on their next outing. What an opportunity. Time to dig out your finest camouflage and grab your calls, shotgun and shells. But not waders (see No. 8). You haven’t...

Most deer hunters dream of owning their own land, but many believe it’s out of their reach. The thought of buying land can cause a lot of anxiety, but a lot of that is due to a few rampant misconceptions. In reality, buying land is a fairly simple process. At least, most of the time. Realtree United Country’s Slade Priest shared his perspective on the myths that most commonly muddy the waters.