U.S. Farm Report
A new weed technology uses a combination of infrared, sensors and nozzles to detect plants and aim a blast of herbicide at a spot the size of a nickel.
Researchers at Kansas State University have completed a large trial determine the feeding options that are best for pig producer’s profitability. The research is being presented as part of the 2017 K-State Swine Day.
Kansas State University researchers say a single feed additive can minimize the risk of virus transmission as well as improve animal performance.
Kevin McNew shares his marketing philosophy and top tips to manage risk.
Data points are being collected on more than 4,000 acres.
These strategies can ensure bottom-line security.
Several mergers suggest producers, manufacturers and retailers will continue reinventing what the future of food looks like.
Although ethanol prices are set to tick a few cents per gallon higher next year, some factors remain decidedly out of producers’ control.
Although spotty, there are signs of stabilization underway in portions of the Corn Belt farmland market.
As future farmers prepare to return to the operation, some families find value in off-farm learning.