As we learn more about the damages from the Panhandle fires, a Texas rancher shares how they’re managing herds with what resources they have left.
According to USDA Meteorologist Brad Rippey, there are some positive trends emerging in winter wheat, hay production, and cattle inventory as despite the uncertainties brought by El Niño.
Jordan Garrett with the Southwest Missouri Hay Auctions joined us on the Market Day Report for a deeper dive into the auction and how it has already helped producers.
According to a new study from the LSU Ag Center, the state’s agriculture industries are suffering twofold when it comes to the ongoing, extreme-to-exceptional drought conditions across the state.
The Allen Family’s 28-year farming journey, cattle, kids, and community in Bismarck, Arkansas.
Incoming wet weather could lend a helping hand to cattle producers. An expert from the University of Missouri Extension explains how a cold, wet winter in the Midwest could help grazing, and herd building in 2024.
Let’s head to Friendship, Arkansas, to meet the Bearden Family on this Farm Family Friday.
Bartow County Farm Bureau member Franklin Dowell won the 2023 Georgia Farm Bureau Hay Contest for his outstanding hay production.
The Idaho Farm Bureau introduces us to the Beck Family, the fourth-generation family behind 7B Ranch in Port
Dayton and Lauren McCarty of Mountain View Farm in Stone County, Ark., comprises six broiler houses and a registered Black Angus herd. They also produce commercial hay. The couple are finalists for the Arkansas Farm Bureau’s Young Farmers & Ranchers Achievement Award.
USDA Meteorologist Brad Rippey says this is still a concern, but much better conditions are being seen than in 2020.
While dry weather is giving a boost to crop emergence, it is not helping out the hay crop.
Producers in the Southern Plains are finally receiving some rain, with one farmer in Nebraska reporting two inches in the last 24 hours. However, relief for Missouri agriculture though has come and gone far too soon.