New knowledge and tools enable highly efficient just-in-time nutrient planning.
Weigh the pros and cons of at-home treatment before making the investment.
Modern farmers have the opportunity to swim in a sea of data they have collected on their tractors, combines and drones—and ride the waves to higher yields.
Hiding in pollinator mixes, Palmer amaranth makes its move.
Crop insurance tips to aid in decision-making
Could Montana Beef Council be a template for other state checkoff programs?
Irrigation news and products
Whether you’re buying your first bag of seed or finishing up 2017’s order, hasty decisions can result in less than desirable yields.
PC-11 oils likely to cost more—will it be worth it?
You have a can-do attitude, but your operation just isn’t making ends meet.
New gene-editing technology allows for faster innovation and precise focus
When runoff and erosion scour topsoil to the bone, exposing the clay layers beneath, switchgrass can be an agronomic lifeline in improving soil quality.
How much does El Niño contribute to climate change?
Kentucky producer pioneers floral side of hemp production
New technology in agriculture
The Australian-based Harrington Seed Destructor is a weed seed’s nightmare
These four areas will one day change ag, expert says
Latest information and news about wheat
Former Georgia governor who grew up on a farm nominated to lead USDA
A dicamba cloud rolled across U.S. agriculture in 2016 and turned the crop season into a high-stakes waiting game as producers wondered whose soybean crop would cup and when more symptoms would appear.
The answer to the question on the cover of this magazine is yes, opportunity knocks when land changes hands, it even abounds.
Agricultural news from Farm Journal
It’s true falling farm incomes are pressuring cash rents. But rates typically move slowly.
Most small towns in America are plagued with empty storefronts and a loss of historical significance.
It’s always best to use new parts and prescribed techniques when making repairs to farm equipment, but let’s be honest, there are a few times when new parts aren’t available, rain is in the forecast and “creative engineering” is the only option.
The goings-on surrounding the new Trump administration have dominated most of the recent discussions about agricultural policy.
Winter still has a grip on the country, but thoughts are already turning to spring and summer markets.
Even though it feels like the previous farm bill just passed, you should know work is already underway to assemble ideas for policy or program changes for the next one.
What gives? As I mentioned in my January Farm Journal column, the last couple months of 2016 I saw very strong auction prices on most all used farm equipment in good condition. How’s that possible, you ask?
Are you maximizing the precision technology on your farm?
New products and technology connected to crops
Preview of new machinery
Read about ideas farmers have designed to make their jobs easier