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  • Farmers Take the Driver's Seat at AgTech Expo

    06/23/2017 03:58 PM

    Registration is now open for the first Farm Journal AgTech Expo, designed by farmers for farmers who want to explore how to use today’s newest ag technologies on their operations.

  • Trump Pledges Rural Broadband Support in Infrastructure Package
    06/22/2017 05:58 PM

    President praises farmers, vows to ‘rebuild rural America’

  • Startup Sells Beef Online Direct from Washington-area Farms
    06/15/2017 10:41 AM

    An online startup that sells sustainable beef has expanded its service to Washington, D.C.

  • Rural Broadband Expansion Coming to These 4 States
    06/13/2017 10:38 AM

    High-speed broadband access – or lack thereof – is a modern pain point for many rural Americans. USDA announced it is awarding four loans with the intent to boost broadband service in rural portions of four U.S. states.

  • Aye, Rowbot!
    06/09/2017 03:06 PM A few years ago, we started asking if the farm equipment industry was on the verge of a David vs. Goliath moment.
  • The ROI of High Tech Dairying
    06/09/2017 09:31 AM

    The economic benefits of improved management because of precision dairy applications is often unknown.

  • Google Geospatial Expert Will Keynote New AgTech Event
    06/08/2017 12:22 PM

    A key leader of Google’s data and location technologies—including Google Earth and Google Maps—will turn his attention to U.S. farmers at the Farm Journal AgTech Expo in December 2017, Farm Journal Media announced today. Ed Parsons, the Geospatial Technologist of Google, will give the opening keynote address at the Dec. 11-13 event in Indianapolis, providing a first-hand view of the future of satellite technology.

  • More Regulations
    06/07/2017 07:39 AM Agriculture is too complex for regulations to be effective. The voluntary conservation system is broken. But, farmers need to act now - where do they turn?
  • Cubbage: Every Day Is A New Day In The World of Precision
    06/06/2017 02:59 PM

    After 19 months of waiting to know whether Monsanto’s sale of Precision Planting to Deere was going to happen—we find out it isn’t.