Brad Haire

associate editor, Southeast Farm Press

Posts by Brad Haire

in Farm Press Blog Sep 03, 2013

Dead battery, copperheads … and little secrets

"I got something you need to see. I think it is a copperhead snake,” she said in a nice but in a “nobody’s leaving here until we address this” sort....More
in Farm Press Blog Aug 23, 2013

Lightning is deadly serious

The men were just 25 and 29, way too young to pass, victims of a terrible accident just doing good, hard work with their hands but at the wrong place....More
2013, peanut, acres, down, surprise, market, factors
in Farm Press Blog Aug 19, 2013

Looks like peanut growers pay attention to market factors

Peanut farmers have shown that they can deviate from historic rotation to meet market demand, or make the best financial investment and decision for....More
in Farm Press Blog Aug 05, 2013

Looking up to those who’ve passed

Don’t ever let your natural enthusiasm or curiosity waver. Use them both and don’t be ashamed of them....More
in Farm Press Blog Jul 30, 2013

Corn harvest begins and the hot air flows

The corn is coming in pretty wet right now in most fields, and that’s no surprise....More
in Farm Press Blog Jul 20, 2013

The rain needs to ease, but not go away

This year, everybody’s got a good taste of the rain. Some’s gotten more than their fill for now, dealing with the hangover of too much and staring....More
in Farm Press Blog Jul 09, 2013

How I helped delay Obamacare

• If you worried about what Obamacare was going to do to you or the country, you’re welcome....More
in Farm Press Blog May 21, 2013

United Nations wants you to eat more bugs

Who knew that Allen on that elementary school playground more than 30 years ago was doing what man has for ages and what the United Nations now says....More
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