Grain sorghum acres contract, but research and investment grows
Input savings and premiums make popcorn an appealing crop to some farmers
New technologies stand at the cusp of entering cotton fields
Is a reintroduction in the cards for this contentious crop?
For many farmers, meeting the growing demand for organic means dollars in their pocket
While livestock producers' interest in equipment has waned lately, it's the row and specialty crop sectors that are gaining strength today.
Growers who are interested in USDA’s targeted assistance program for cotton producers need to sign up quickly. USDA’s Aug. 5 deadline is quickly approaching.
See the latest USDA Crop Progress report, released Monday, July 18.
Products made possible through gene-editing have landed on grocery shelves. Whether they’ll stay there is up to shoppers wary of technological tinkering.
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At the company's recent dealers meeting, it highlighted six newly released or about-to-be released farm implements.
The Washington Post's Tamar Haspel explores how farmers find themselves in a conundrum of whether they can afford to practice conservation farming techniques, particularly on rented farmland.
The adoption of conserving agricultural practices such as conservation tillage or cover cropping, leaves more crop residue in the fields to decay and replenish soil carbon over time than conventional cultivation practices.
How four farmers found the right cover crop to fix their soil’s problems
One sector of the used equipment market that has been under pressure the past few years is large late-model tillage tools.
Microscopic organisms can make or break your crop
When it takes 100 years to produce one inch of topsoil, it makes sense to take care of your soil health for the short- and long-term benefits on your farm's productivity.
One central Illinois farm family uses strip till and a unique fertilizer program to save money, time and boost yields.
A University of Minnesota study says farmers who actively tilled fields near turkey barns in the early days of last year's bird flu outbreak may have unwittingly helped spread the virus.
The water levels of eastern Idaho's massive aquifer continue to plummet. To combat the troubling trend, state officials have proposed setting up an East Snake Plain Aquifer groundwater management area.
Seed is run through the necessary wringer to ensure quality
Buying power is in your hands like never before—learn to use it
Storage questions surround soybean seed
Ringleader of corn seed theft to face sentencing
Is one of the most popular seed treatments in trouble?
Manage challenges in your fields through careful seed selection
Diversity helps spread risk. Are you as diverse as you think?
In a battle of the bags, how does consolidation affect the mix?
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