Charlene FinckEditor

Award-winning journalist Charlene Finck became Vice President, Editorial for Farm Journal Media in 2007. In that role, she oversees for all Farm Journal Media magazines and works closely with the editors of Farm Journal Media’s other outlets such as AgWeb, Pro Farmer, AgDay and U.S. Farm Report to provide the best integrated coverage of agriculture. In 2006, she was named Editor of Farm Journal, becoming the ninth person to lead the nation’s premiere agricultural magazine. Since joining Farm Journal in 1989, Charlene has served as machinery editor, machinery and crop production editor and managing editor. She founded the Farm Journal Test
Award-winning journalist Charlene Finck became Vice President, Editorial for Farm Journal Media in 2007. In that role, she oversees for all Farm Journal Media magazines and works closely with the editors of Farm Journal Media’s other outlets such as AgWeb, Pro Farmer, AgDay and U.S. Farm Report to provide the best integrated coverage of agriculture. In 2006, she was named Editor of Farm Journal, becoming the ninth person to lead the nation’s premiere agricultural magazine. Since joining Farm Journal in 1989, Charlene has served as machinery editor, machinery and crop production editor and managing editor. She founded the Farm Journal Test

Articles By Charlene Finck

Nov 29, 2017

Taking a Stand for Agriculture

Farm Journal Foundation platforms elevate the understanding of modern agriculture
Nov 03, 2017

Latest Insights from Bayer Leaders

8 takeaways you’ll want to know, especially as the Monsanto deal nears the finish line
Oct 24, 2017

8 Key Takeaways from the Leaders at Bayer

Farm Journal recently had the opportunity to spend time with top leaders at Crop Science, a division of Bayer, during the company’s Future of Farming Dialog conference in Dusseldorf, Germany. Here are eight key takeaways.
Dec 27, 2016

Standing Up for Agriculture

Farm Journal Foundation advocates for modern agriculture’s role in feeding the hungry
Dec 05, 2015

Leadership That Makes a Difference

Farm Journal Foundation expands in 2015, thanks to support from farmers and partners
Oct 24, 2015

Driven to Make a True Difference

Howard G. Buffett is committed to realistic research for real farmers around the world
Sep 26, 2015

Editor's Notebook: Please Don't Be A Stranger

It’s the chance to make a difference that makes this my last issue as Farm Journal Editor. After 10 years at the helm, I’m proud to turn over the reins to Susan Luke, an accomplished journalist who understands farmers and the fabric of rural America.
Aug 24, 2015

Editor's Notebook: Time to Join the Resistance Fight

Even though herbicide resistance costs U.S. farmers $2 billion annually, startlingly few producers worry about—or even realize—how resistance threatens their livelihood. Not only does resistance cut into profitability by increasing weed control costs, the rapidly growing problem endangers our ability to produce top yields.
Apr 25, 2015

Editor's Notebook: Join Our National Poll Panel

Real-time intelligence can mean the difference between breaking even and making money—especially when it comes to market-moving information. Three years ago, we launched a new way to capture intelligence, the Farm Journal Pulse.