08:15AM Nov 18, 2019

Gone with the Wind: How to Lose a Lifetime of Soil Health

Chris Bennett
Technology and Issues Editor
Gone. A glaring story of soil loss, set against an alarming background of buffalo bones and the Dust Bowl, is a signpost account of cost and consequence, with relevance for
15:25PM Nov 15, 2019

Perdue Visits USDA KC Office, Discusses Challenges and Opportunities

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor
Secretary Sonny Perdue visited Kansas City, Mo. Friday to tour the new USDA offices.
15:20PM Nov 15, 2019

USDA Forecasts Some Optimism for 2020, Analyst Says Not Necessarily

AgDay TV
AgWeb Contributor
USDA is already giving out its Agricultural Projections forecast for 2020. Some analysts don’t exactly agree with the forecast.
11:50AM Nov 15, 2019

Farmer on Farm Income: "I Can't Pay Bank Back With Hopes And Prayers"

Betsy Jibben
National Reporter
It's getting colder and harvest is not slowing down for some Eastern Iowa farmers yet. It's an area which was once buried with feet of snow. However, the farm economy
08:45AM Nov 15, 2019

2019 Has Farmers Reconsidering Planting Date, On-Farm Propane

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor
With 70% of his corn crop to harvest, Tim Burrack is running low on fuel and time before Mother Nature dumps snow on his northeast Iowa farm—something forecasters in his
13:45PM Nov 14, 2019

Late Harvest Delays Anhydrous As Unapplied Acres Stack Up

Margy Eckelkamp
Director of Content Development, Machinery Pete
“We’ve had guys run 24-hour shifts already applying anhydrous. So far, we’ve applied 25,000 acres, and we’ve got 60,000 acres of custom anhydrous yet to do,”
10:05AM Nov 14, 2019

AgPro Podcast: What We Can Learn From 2019

Margy Eckelkamp
Director of Content Development, Machinery Pete
Mike Manning with Precision Crop Systems shares the biggest opportunities to increase profitability.