Some parts of the country are ready to wave the white flag to Mother Nature. The Southeast got pummeled with rain last week, an area that needed it. Yet, most of the Corn Belt is saturated heading into spring.
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John Deere was a blacksmith who created a plow as a way to help farmers solve a problem. It wasn't until 32 years after he died that the company started manufacturing tractors. Hear his story in American Countryside.
Meteorologist Mike Hoffman says the jet stream shows much of the arctic air will stay in Canada this week; however, some snow may be on the way.
James Jordan of Everton, Mo. has a few loves in life, but one of his main hobbies is restoring antique tractors. He doesn't restore just any antique tractor; he has a bias towards green.
Summer-like temperatures could taper off in some growing areas this week. Cindi Clawson has your week-long forecast.
U.S. Farm Report meteorologist Mike Hoffman's 30-day forecast shows above normal temperatures for portions of the CornBelt.
AgriTalk and U.S. Farm Report broadcast from University of Wisconsin-Madison, digging into some of the unique programs, perspectives the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences has to offer.
Ken Loewenhagen of Fremont, Wisc., found a gem on eBay. After a little TLC, his beloved Oliver is one of the best running antique tractors he owns.
Collegiate meat judging is a competitive sport. In fact, it's so competitive, some team members at Texas Tech University are recruited in middle school. U.S. Farm Report gets a taste of why the team is so successful.