Whoever prevails in several toss-up races could impact key issues affecting farmers
Growth on the front end of soybean production is essential; however, what appears as a growthier plant doesn’t always guarantee more bushels.
Tom Dorr recently discussed with Farm Journal the challenges of maintaining U.S. ag exports’ huge growth in the world’s second-largest economy.
New sensor technology sniffs out crop stress before it’s too late
Expect the weed to be exceptionally challenging this year
Set your cowherd up for greater potential using these management tips
Xtend’s approval delay in the EU points to need for science-based approach
DNA bloodhound tracks cotton varieties across the globe
Cooperation between agriculture and archaeology vital to preserve American Indian history
Each day more than 1,000 children go blind; each year more than 1 million children die; and each decade the losses mount—all due to a lack of vitamin A.
Historical fruit is making a return thanks to science
Invasive pests are a scourge on agriculture
New programs help farmers understand how to manage their data
Agriculture’s soft belly leaves farmers exposed to rustlers
Kansas sorghum grower strokes benchmark bests in 2015
Big changes are underway for the ninth year of Farm Journal College events.
Agricultural news from the Farm Journal family
Strategies vary by state—make sure you know what’s required or recommended
Mother Nature could trot out the bulls or the bears
Note these resources that can help you rebuild after disaster strikes
Some don’t want to trade with the Communist country, but market upsides could be waiting there.
As farmers labor over 2016 cash flow spreadsheets to find cost reductions and offset income shortfalls, the temptation to substitute our own two hands and low cunning for skilled labor will be irresistible.
We have to respect the corn bulls—they took a real hit after the March acreage report.
Successor development is a continuous learning and improvement process.
A big part of growth involves people. If you can’t leverage your labor force, you’ll struggle to grow.
Search traffic for used livestock equipment on MachineryPete.com was very strong early in 2016.
My heart was pounding in rhythm with the pig I was cradling as we sat in the library awaiting our cue.
Preview of new machinery
Read about ideas farmers have designed to make their jobs easier
New products and technology connected to crops