Dry conditions move into the Midwest as El Niño brings hope to the South, Southwest
What do farmers want Santa to bring them this holiday season?
It will be a few weeks before average yields are tallied. In the meantime, it’s apparent yields are as erratic as ever.
Global hunger fighters map out solutions, focusing on farmers as the key to success
Agricultural news from the Farm Journal Family
Waterhemp, marestail, palmer amaranth, giant ragweed and Italian ryegrass have been found guilty. Their crime: stealing nutrients, sunlight and water from your crops, leading to lower yields and profits.
Farm Journal Test Plots crew harvests ears for a deeper look into hybrid characteristics
European Union vote favors U.S. soybeans
Groups hope more farmers will choose wheat to boost national acres
Thin margins should send tenants, landlords back to the table to share risk
Livestock producer groups shifted into full damage control in late October after the World Health Organization (WHO) released a report linking cancer to the consumption of red meat and processed red meat.
New tool allows farmers to increase irrigation efficiency and sell conserved water
This year is shaping up to be one for the record books for grain sorghum.
Number crunching field by field can help farmers thrive even now
Tried-and-true crop shows new promise.
Once upon a time, there were thousands of acres devoted to growing pineapple on the Hawaiian Islands. Today, only one farm remains.
As I write this column, I’m about one week into the exciting (and slightly stressful) process of wedding planning.
For the most part, corn and soybean harvest is done for another year. On-farm bins are full.
Given the high supply of large, late-model used equipment on the market, there might never be a better time to update your fleet.
I saw the headline on my phone, scrolling through the morning’s email. Another group, this time connected with the World Health Organization, slammed processed and red meat—products of agriculture considered wholesome for generations.
Preview of new machinery
New products and technology connected to crops
Read about ideas farmers have designed to make their jobs easier