Fieldwork in January isn't normal in Illinois, but John Phipps says this year, the ground is prime right now for fieldwork. However, fieldwork in January just doesn't feel right to John. He explains in John's World.
States are passing legislation around factory farming. John gives his thoughts on if the recently passed pieces of legislation are justified.
As wildfires in Australia continue to rage, it's having a major impact on agriculture. John Phipps explains in John's World.
It's not just the size of a family farms that are changing. John Phipps answers a U.S. Farm Report's viewer about the future of family farms and why the answer is very complex.
The 2018 Farm Bill isn't receiving a lot of attention. John Phipps explains why in John's World.
Growing inequalities in living standards for rural and urban America have prompted numerous outcries for policies that will somehow bring rural America to a better place.
New traditions aren't a bad thing. John Phipps has a message for Boomers who aren't willing to let go of some traditions of the past.
John Phipps says the one thing worthy of notice for the bulk of US ag is approval of USMCA neutralizes the significant damage that withdrawal from NAFTA would have caused.
USMCA looks to be close to the finish line, but what does it mean for agriculture? John Phipps breaks down NAFTA vs USCMA in a side-by-side comparison.