09:23AM Jan 07, 2020

Tortoise vs. Hare: Anthony Thilmony’s Patient Approach to Farming

Chris Bennett
Technology and Issues Editor

Hidden beneath Anthony Thilmony’s farmland, along with ample moisture, microbial activity galore, and an army of earthworms, is a 35-year-old tale of change.

05:59AM Nov 01, 2019

Too Wet, Too Dry: Wheat Season Gets Off to a Mixed Start

Wire Service

The winter-grain planting period is drawing to a close across the Northern Hemisphere, and young crops across some of the world’s top exporters face a mixed bag of conditions.

Texas A&M Winter Wheat Stocker Cattle
14:47PM Oct 24, 2019

Winter Wheat Planting Nearing Finish

Clinton Griffiths
AgDay Anchor, Executive Producer

Winter wheat harvest nears completion even as questions about weather and rainfall linger into fall.

11:51AM Aug 15, 2019

President Scoffs At U.S. Wheat Exports To Japan, Growers React

Betsy Jibben
National Reporter

President Trump talked about the need to shrink the trade deficit with Japan during a rally this week. The President compared auto trade to wheat in his comments at the

15:15PM Aug 05, 2019

Will There be a Bedding Shortage this Winter?

Taylor Leach
AgWeb Contributor

Despite what looks to be like a warmer winter ahead of us, a lack of bedding materials could cause major problems for dairy operations across the country.

13:07PM Aug 05, 2019

A Harvest Full of Heart for Washington Farmer Battling Stage 4 Cancer

Helping hands turned out to be heroes during wheat harvest this year. It was a special harvest, with a special purpose for a Washington farmer Larry Yockey is battling stage

11:19AM Jul 11, 2019

Crop Production: Wheat Production Down

AgWeb Contributor

Winter Wheat Production Up 1 Percent from June Durum Wheat Production Down 25 Percent from 2018 Other Spring Wheat Production Down 8 Percent from 2018 Orange Production Up 1 Percent