Questions about crop response and yield increase.
Questions linger about President-elect Trump’s pick, but will likely be settled by mid-week.
Bright days lie ahead, but don’t take your eyes off the Renewable Fuels Standard.
Variety selection, precise management and optimal environment are grower’s premium.
No yield means big dollars?
Soybeans are rising to challenge King Corn as profit leader
Agricultural news from Farm Journal
Pioneer in drip irrigation looks to hone productivity with thinner tape at shallow depths
Reducing soybean canopy saves water and increases yield and respiration
Do it right and the findings can ease tight margins
Depleted nutrients from big yields requires management
They’re in effect now, despite dispute over privacy
USDA farm definition includes small farms that might not represent commercial farmers
Silver linings are hard to find in a cattle market just two years removed from record-high prices—but they exist.
Maximize fertilizer return and protect water supplies by understanding your soil types
The value of your relationship with your tax professional rests in his or her advice and council, not necessarily his or her ability to prepare taxes.
When we talk about buying and selling farm operations, there are a handful of factors that directly affect the market: economics, politics, money and people.
One strong candidate for Word of the Year for 2016 has been “post-truth.”
How do you prepare for the future when so many uncertainties abound?
Time will tell whether 2016’s record yields are a short-term bandage or a longer-term bailout.
Jason Brown was one of the best players at his position in the NFL.
In late 2016, an interesting mix of factors worked together to produce very strong auction prices on used farm equipment in good condition.
New products and technology connected to crops
Preview of new machinery
Welcome to the first Farm Journal of 2017!
Read about ideas farmers have designed to make their jobs easier