Aerial Application: A different kind of farmer

Aerial application is an important aspect of agriculture, and like farming, some people are born with a passion for it.

The Idaho farm Bureau introduces us to Jeremy Claridge and shares how he became involved in piloting.


What makes aerial application with a helicopter different?

Aerial Planting: Up in the air

100 years of aerial application


More than 80 dairy herds have been infected with the virus across 11 states since late March.
As hog prices face potential decline, pork producers are dealing with a surge in litter rates, complicating efforts to control production.
In February, farmers experienced a slight increase in prices, though it fell short of surpassing last year’s numbers.
According to a new USDA-ERS report, technological advancements in agriculture led to significant output increases while reducing input usage for producers.
The prospect of reintroducing grizzly bears in Washington’s North Cascades has ignited a contentious debate, pitting conservation efforts against the concerns of local farmers and ranchers.
As peach trees bloom ahead of schedule and unpredictable weather patterns loom, farmers across the nation find themselves grappling with the precarious risks posed to their fruit crops.