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08:00AM Jul 05, 2019

A Farmer’s Journey From The Funeral Home To The Farm

Anna-Lisa Laca
Online and Business Editor
Listen to Andrew Hartshorn's incredible journey to be becoming a farmer.
08:41AM Jun 05, 2019

MI Farmers Rush To Plant Sorghum. Yes, Sorghum.

Betsy Jibben
National Reporter
AgDay national reporter Betsy Jibben caught up with one farmer who is deciding at planting sorghum. She talks to Tom Krull, a farmer in Constantine, Michigan and Zach Bolla, the
07:29AM May 28, 2019

Conservation Agriculture: Savings, Soil and Realities of Farming

Chris Bennett
Technology and Issues Editor
In four operations in Mississippi, Iowa and South Dakota, conservation agriculture and financial success are a wedded pair.
15:03PM May 20, 2019

Arkansas Farmers Struggle to Plant Soybeans

Clinton Griffiths
AgDay Anchor, Executive Producer
Soybean planting is half of normal for Arkansas farmers and more rain is expected to keep fieldwork well behind the average pace.
09:16AM May 10, 2019

Will Disaster Aid Relief Come A Little Too Late for Southern Growers?

Betsy Jibben
National Reporter
Betsy Jibben has the story from East-Central Georgia. She talks with Charles Smith, farmer from Jefferson County, Georgia; and Ashley Arrington, founder of AgriAuthority and with Farmhold Financial.
07:59AM May 07, 2019

Canola Time for Farms in the South?

Chris Bennett
Technology and Issues Editor
Is canola in the Mid-South a potential wheat rival, double-crop candidate and follow-up yield booster?
13:44PM Mar 14, 2019

Canada Remains a Steadfast Wingman, But At What Cost?

Shaun Haney
AgWeb Contributor
Canada is closely following the U.S., in so many political and trade matters, as a steadfast wingman. But what is the cost?