These menacing words of maniacal oilman Daniel Plainview were spoken in the final scene of There Will Be Blood, set in 1927 in California: “Drainage. Drainage … My straw reaches across the room and starts to drink your milkshake. I drink your milkshake! I drink it up!” Ninety years later, questions about ownership of another natural resource have fueled a new controversy carrying sledgehammer legal implications for agriculture: I drink your groundwater.
Are you and your neighbors ready for dicamba?
Test Plots study differences between in-furrow orthophosphate, polyphosphate fertilizers.
Average profit expected to drop to $45 per cow in 2017
Though some regulators have yet to weigh in, companies expect to close this year
Ready to step up productivity, the ag industry gathered in San Antonio, Texas, for the annual Commodity
Figuring out the optimum nitrogen (N) rate is no easy feat thanks to year-to-year and field-to-field variability.
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In light of a tough year, farmers are re-examining their production and management practices.
What do this engineer, builder and zoologist have in common?
From an automatic gate entry to an airplane, this South Dakota farmer makes it all
The policy issues under serious discussion in Washington, D.C., are many, but two in particular top the list of priorities for U.S. farmers—immigration and trade.
You have $100,000 to spend on a used tractor. What could you buy for that money?
The past three years have been tough. While expenses have come down some, it hasn’t been at the pace of grain prices.
During this time of year, it’s often difficult to make decisions. Use the following guidelines and tools to help get through this period.
I’ve always admired folks who remember dates of events..." John Phipps reminisces about some of the weeds he's know.
Preview of new machinery
Farmers have always struck me as positive people; otherwise, how could you plant a new crop every year?