In just a few days the horse world will begin its biggest celebration of equestrian sports. More>>
A disease called Black Root Rot is attacking soybeans in Louisiana.
Grand Prize winner of Pro Fantasy Rodeo's Christmas in July Pro Fantasy Rodeo and RFD-TV are proud to announce the Grand Prize Winner of the first ever “Christmas in July” game that ended July 28.
three time NFR qualifier, Casey Colletti has had more than his fair share of injuries.
Missouri lawmakers spoke to farm bureau members about the EPA's newly proposed Waters of the U.S. Regulations.
For many corn producers harvest is underway, and there's been some speculation about possible problems storing and moving all this grain.
The current American tie-down roping champion is making certain that he's back there to defend his title.
It's not only a bumper crop year for corn and soybeans, rice is looking to have a great year as well. More>>
A large production forecast increase for U.S. corn has put world production estimates over the top in terms of record amounts.
Fans of Professional Bull Riding have been anxiously awaiting the return from the summer break and today, Friday the 15th is the day.
One Tennessee farmer has the opportunity to honor the military, and American heritage, by farming on the Shiloh National Battlefield in Shiloh, Tennessee.
The United States again expects record production in soybeans, and its fair share towards a world soybean production record.
If you're planning on traveling out of state with your animals—there are some outbreaks you need to know about.
RFD visits a Kansas cattleman whose experience in breeding high quality Angus cattle has told him that if he wants to be successful, he must give the customers what they want at a price they can afford.
A 12-year old Illinois girl has a good head start on her college fund, all thanks to a champion steer!
It's a healthy whole grain, and also a gluten-free flour option for baking. More>>
Introducing you to Dusty Tuckness, one of the best bull fighters in the business.
RFD-TV met with John Ryon Foster who had a banner year at the AQHYA world show last week.
The Virginia farm bureau's Chris Mulins tells us more about how to grow perfect peppers. More>>
Don't be tempted to dump fresh harvested soybean seeds into the bin with leftover seeds.
RFD-TV is reporting more and more on the use of drones in agriculture. They could soon be as common on the farm as tractors and combines. This week in Kansas farmers got a chance to see how they can be used on the farm. Molly Hadfield reports in the above video. More>>
RFD-TV video journalist Tim Blain ran across a new and interesting method for controlling soil-borne diseases and nematodes.? More>>
The Professional Bull Riding Association is proud to announce that its '2013 Built Ford Tough World Finals' has been nominated as the best single-sport event in 2013 in Sports Travel Magazine's, Sports Travel Awards.
The desert seems an unlikely place to grow produce, but the High Desert Farming Initiative research project does that very thing.
India has vetoed the implementation of the Trade Facilitation Agreement which is a key part of the World Trade Organization ministerial agreement adopted last December.
A recent study by our land grant partner at Texas AM University reveals that the lamb check off's promotional efforts increased revenues for industry stakeholders.
The World Cutting Horse Association is giving cow horse owners and riders new opportunities to show their horses. More>>
A fitness program called soldier fit is gaining popularity in the south east, but the success of the program was not an easy journey. More>>
Across the country school kids are heading back to class, but a child's first real teacher is their parent! More>>
A bite from a certain kind of tick may force you into becoming a vegetarian! More>>
Family farming operations often fall short of having a plan in place to pass the farm on to the next generation. More>>
Important letters are on the way from the U.S. Department of Agriculture farm service agency. More>>
It's not often that a country singer is born and raised in Nashville. But Deana Carter, who made strawberry wine famous, was. More>>
Farmers along the Mississippi river and its many tributaries run the risk of sending fertilizers and sediment downstream and eventually to the Gulf of Mexico. More>>
In Nebraska, the annual Cattlemen's Ball is a fundraising event that not only raises money for cancer research, but it also raises hopes of cancer patients all across the state. More>>
The American Sheep Industry Association says two new U.S. Department of Agriculture programs will benefit producers and the industry. More>>
The USDA has made progress on many areas that have a significant impact on farmers and ranchers. More>>
The NCHA paid out millions at their summer cutting in Fort Worth, and RFD-TV has the derby winners. More>>
Some Arkansas dairy producers have a new marketing arrangement, after the Arkansas Dairy Cooperative voted to dissolve. More>>
Zoetis says it plans to seek U.S. Departments of Agriculture approval for a new vaccine to fight the PED virus. More>>
Summer is peak season for farmers markets across the country. More>>
A preview of the high selling horse from the NCHA Summer Spectacular sale. Plus, we'll preview the upcoming USTRC team roping qualifier. More>>
The Missouri Right to Farm Amendment passed by a very narrow margin Tuesday, with voters in rural areas of the state overwhelmingly in favor of the amendment. More>>
Pictures of the Action during the USTRC qualifier this morning. More>>
Missouri voters will have the chance to vote on August 5th for a constitutional amendment. More>>
The family behind Goatmilkstuff.com describes why their product is important. Watch the video to hear the co-founder speak about her company.? More>>
Wildlife researchers with University of Tennessee’s Institute of Agriculture are warning people to take steps to prevent tick bites this summer. More>>
Scientists predict a two-billion dollar hit to California's economy due to drought. More>>
Northeast Georgia cattle producer Melvin Porter is president of the Georgia Cattlemen's Association. While cattle are going for high prices, Porter says cattlemen invest a lot into their steers and they’ll need a couple of years of good prices. More>>
As lakes in Wichita Falls continue to dry up, the city continues to look for any and all ways to slow down the process.