EPA reviews put popular chemicals under the magnifying glass
Farmers test out-of-the-box techniques to add soybean bushels and profits
Aerial imagery provides a way to harness data to guide field decisions.
Where are grain prices headed for the rest of 2017?
As farmers prepare for the first year of over-the-top dicamba application, questions cloud the horizon.
Artificial intelligence recognizes crop, targets weeds
New technology in agriculture
Drovers and Farm Journal Foundation join Howard G. Buffett Foundation to aid ranchers
Randy Dowdy says he’ll face major yield loss from natural gas pipeline project
Agricultural news from Farm Journal
A new “agricultural revolution” is brewing, but innovators are short on farmers to test the new inventions
What began with a single bald eagle perched in a pine tree has developed into an 80-eagle, predator ensemble feasting at Will Harris’ chicken buffet.
Time has come for row-crop producers to monitor retail habits
Do you know your UPS driver’s spouse’s name? If so, you might be part of a quiet revolution in the most American of activities: shopping.
In the early 1900s, cotton was king around Enterprise, Ala., and much of the southern U.S. But a silent southern invasion was just beginning.
As you know, buying or selling a farm is a complex process that entails risk and reward for both parties.
Really, Pete? That’s the response I’ve received in the past 18 months when folks ask me, “So, how are used equipment values?”
It’s been my honor to offer guidance on how to manage risk for your farm operation for 23 years as a part of Farm Journal. This column marks my last regular appearance, though I’ll still chime in on “U.S. Farm Report” and in Farm Journal from time to time as well as at farm shows.
New products and technology connected to crops
Preview of new machinery
The hardship of the ranch families impacted by the massive wildfires has resonated across farm country, that’s for sure.
Read about ideas farmers have designed to make their jobs easier