08:46AM Apr 13, 2020

Farming Five Unites Conservation and Profit

Chris Bennett
Technology and Issues Editor

Five farming operations in Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi and Nebraska highlight irrigation adjustments that target dollar per drop in order to tap profit.

08:21AM Mar 24, 2020

True Believer: A Farmer’s Steadfast Faith in Miracles

Chris Bennett
Technology and Issues Editor

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.”

07:51AM Oct 02, 2019

American Farmer Snuffed Out Saddam Hussein

Chris Bennett
Technology and Issues Editor

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

15:55PM Aug 16, 2019

Researchers Looking to Reduce Irrigation Water & Maximize Yield

AgDay TV
AgWeb Contributor

Populations continue to increase in the western United States and that's driving competition for water with the region's farmers. To help, researchers are looking at ways to maximize water efficiency

10:29AM Aug 14, 2019

A Surprising Way To Add 10% To Corn Yields

Rhonda Brooks
AgWeb Contributor

Late-season irrigation can boost final bushels

11:53AM Jul 22, 2019

T-L Irrigation Pivot Displayed On White House South Lawn

Margy Eckelkamp
Director of Content Development, Machinery Pete

"I’ve seen T-L pivots in just about every situation—but seeing one with the White House in the background, well that’s pretty much it, isn’t it,” said Dave Thom, president of

20:20PM Apr 12, 2019

3 Tips for Checking Irrigation Equipment After Flood Damage

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

As floodwaters recede, it’s time to start examining structures and equipment to make sure it survived the flood.