Five farming operations in Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi and Nebraska highlight irrigation adjustments that target dollar per drop in order to tap profit.
Ed Hain believes in miracles. The Nebraska farmer doesn’t argue or preach, but insists he’s seen repeated instances of divine intervention in his fields: “I believe because I’ve seen.”
Almost 30 years after Saddam Hussein put a match to 600-plus oil wells during the Gulf War, an American farmer, Ed Hain, lays claim to ending one of the most
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Late-season irrigation can boost final bushels
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As floodwaters recede, it’s time to start examining structures and equipment to make sure it survived the flood.