In this week’s Boots in the Field Report, Farm Journal Field Agronomist Ken Ferrie discusses how Iowa and Ohio farmers are pushing to finish up their corn and soybean harvest.
Nutrient reduction is top of mind for farmers in many states, and USDA and EPA are upping their support efforts. The agencies recently reached out to provide financial and technical assistance for nutrient management.
Indiana farmer Mason Lantrip says his drone investment has paid for itself 20 times over…in multiple years
While a crop insurance claim is something most farmers don’t wish to make, sometimes they’re inevitable and data technology could make the process easier.
A soybean rally fueled by signs of easing U.S.-China trade tensions has added a wrinkle to the plans of some farmers to shift more acres to corn.
Randy Dowdy and David Hula are taking their farming knowledge on the road in the Next Level yield program, conducting intense learning sessions at farm camps across the Midwest and beyond.
Harvest has been crawling along for months and while some farmers were able to get all of their grain out there’s still a substantial amount in the field.