In my role, I have the extreme honor of meeting some amazing people. Two such farmers are Joanna and Craig Carraway from Murray, Ky.
Pro Farmer Washington analyst Jim Wiesemeyer found the news buried in the noise in an exclusive interview with House Ag Committee Chairman Mike Conaway (R-TX).
The grain markets are finally showcasing some positive news. These upswings are occurring when prices historically sale south. Could a bottom be corn and soybean prices?
While cotton prices are holding their own at 80 cents per pound, they have seen pressure and come off of recent highs. What’s driving the market?
Damage assessments to agriculture are starting to emerge from North Carolina and South Carolina. Ag losses could swell into the billions of dollars.
Matching yield goals to water supply lets you choose the right hybrids and populations for each management zone.
Use the following 10 questions to devise your harvest plan: