Farm Family Friday: At only 15, this Ark. couple’s dedication to farming started steering them toward success
The Allen Family’s 28-year farming journey, cattle, kids, and community in Bismarck, Arkansas.
What are the horticultural implications of the USDA’s updated Plant Hardiness Zone Map for U.S. growers?
As the USDA tracks how Plant Hardiness Zones are slowly shifting across the country, they are also adjusting their recommendations for gardeners when it comes to perennial plants. The data is also used the by Risk Management Agency to determine crop insurance rates.
Drought has taken a toll on durum wheat, sugarcane and feed supplies this year, and now it’s impacting Christmas tree supplies.
Growing citrus undercover in a giant screened-in enclosure has huge advantages. But what happens when there’s a hurricane?
Missouri Soybean Merchandising Council, United Soybean Board, and NSF-NIFA fund game-changing research
Study Spearheads Soybean Cyst Nematode Resistant Research
Trade experts point to improved outlooks for overseas wheat crops as a key factor at play in the domestic downturn.
USDA Crop Progress Report
USDA’s Crop Progress Report was recently released and it shows most crop conditions saw a slight decline.
Corn, Soy & Wheat
Fields of Legacy: Third-gen Oklahoma farm family honored for dedication to the land & ability to adapt
In the heart of southern Oklahoma, the Eddings family cultivates a saga of resilience and love, nurturing their farm through changing seasons and passing generations.
EPA’s elusive decision on E15 sales fuels a waiting game for lawmakers, consumers & the Ethanol industry
Congress is now exploring legislative avenues to expedite the process as time drags on and anticipation mounts for the EPA’s crucial decision regarding the year-round sale of E15 fuel.