Max Armstrong and Steve Bridge offer a look at National Ag Day, new tech with Chad Colby, the upcoming outdoor farm shows and a planting issue that will impact farmers for 2018
Viptera settlement details made public, farm bill draft on hold and drought increases in Kansas. (audio)
Commentary: Pickup experience shows that the bar keeps getting higher for luxury, ride and performance in this market segment
Max Armstrong offers insight into the value of the feed industry to agriculture
Four Master Farmers and one Honorary Master Farmer were recognized at an awards luncheon. Gov. Bruce Rauner congratulated the winners and addressed the crowd.
A new coalition aims to get ahead of potential regulations, encouraging farmers to plant monarch habitats that include milkweed.
Farmers can nominate their school district from January 1 to April 2, 2018
The GROW Act invests in conservation on working agricultural lands by maintaining current acreage and funding levels for CSP, EQIP, and CRP, and doubling the acreage that can be enrolled in the CRP Grasslands Initiative.
This action will prevent a repeat of trade actions taken in 2015 when all U.S. poultry, poultry products and eggs were banned as a result of a detection of HPAI.
Starting a farm takes capital, which can be a challenge for young and beginning farmers. Make your first lender meeting lead to a long-term relationship.
Max Armstrong talks corned beef, consumers and remembers a Midwest celebrity
A chemical application expert says your best chance at reducing herbicide drift is with the nozzle. But here’s where the label gets confusing.
See just how much control you can have while spraying with the latest fully equipped machines.
Do you have a farm kid who’s wired a little differently? Here’s what we’ve learned from ours.
Rise Against Hunger aims to end hunger by 2030.
Full, in-depth, safety-related study reports can now be requested providing they are not used for commercial purpose.
The funding will support the identification, lab testing, and field testing of chemical compounds that have known miticide activity.
National Farmers Union says Section 199A was meant to level the playing field between cooperatives and corporations.
Max Armstrong explores an interesting consumer conundrum when it comes to eating meat
The deadline is approaching for Prairie Farmer’s 2018 Favorite Farm Dog Contest. Submit your entry by March 26.
Dealing with stress through hard work? It’s a farm thing.
Slideshow: Here is a look at what modern-day sprayers can do.
Investments are being made in Colorado, Georgia, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Minnesota, Missouri, North Dakota, Ohio and Virginia.
Companies include TIAX, XploSafe, Renuvix and Microvi Biotech.
The congressionally mandated rule aims to make it easier to track vehicle status.
Biodiesel leader will testify before Ways and Means subcommittee.
First campaign ad features Montana farmer Michelle Erickson-Jones.
Settlement against Syngenta believed to be largest agricultural litigation settlement in U.S. history.
Max Armstrong looks at state laws, food rules and interstate commerce
BASF has a new insecticide coming to market, but the process for development is more complicated.