Among their golden fields of corn, soybeans, and the gentle mooing of cattle, the Hadenfeldt Family has nurtured their land and raised their children for the last 95 years.
Avis Farms, a family-run dairy operation in Virginia, opens its doors to the public, bridging the gap between agriculture and the community.
Tech leaders address urgent connectivity needs in Rural America at House Subcommittee Hearing on Communication and Technology this week in Washington.
Texas Ag-Science Teacher Tammy Glascock shapes futures and ignites passions with her instruction in agriculture known across her community for her dedication to her work.
Seeds of Empowerment: The Impact Summit by FarmHer cultivates networking opportunities for women in ag
Calling all FarmHers! RFD-TV’s sister network, FarmHer, just announced a new initiative in the works to empower women in agriculture at a one-day event in Iowa this November.
Happy National #TeachAg Day! A day designed to encourage others to teach agriculture in the classroom and recognize the important role these teachers play in our schools and communities.
PHOTOS: Virginia kids fulfill a dream, growing a 1,048 lb. pumpkin on display at Dollywood’s Harvest Festival
Inspired by Dollywood’s Colossal Pumpkins, the Edwards Family grew a whopping 1,048-Pound ‘Godzilla’ Pumpkin for the park’s annual Harvest Festival.
A Fourth-Generation Cotton Farmer’s Journey
Guardians of the Grasslands: 1st-Gen Farm Family preserves their legacy, passion & piece of Texas prairie
Texas cattle producer David Crow took a leap into ranching as a passionate, first-generation farmer. Today, has grown into a legacy that will continue for generations to come by using sustainable grazing practices and innovative land management techniques against invasive species.
The 96th National FFA Convention & Expo goes beyond the convention center walls. It is a celebration of unity, leadership, and service.
Karyn Agle, of Agle Family Farm in Eden, New York, shares her part in her family’s journey of navigating the challenges and rewards that come with farming the same land over five generations.
It is National Farm Safety and Health Week—a time dedicated to recognizing the critical importance of safety on the farm. The National Education Center for Ag Safety (NECAS) usually hosts this week-long event during mid-September so farmers are reminded to prioritize their safety during the harvest season.
America is #StillFarming
One economist believes that though people are changing their spending habits, the current herd contraction will continue.
From toy tractors to real farming machinery, this group of 4-Hers are learning the ropes of farming and tractor restoration, enthusiastically sharing their interests with their community in Smith County, Virginia.
Chelsea O’Brien’s agricultural journey began on her grandpa’s dairy farm. After a career in agriculture, she received the Farm Bureau’s Excellence in Ag Award and now serves as the Young Farmer Representative for Spencer County, Indiana.
Outdoor Activities & Sports
Meet the kids behind the Summer Market Lamb Show in Montgomery County, Tennessee, and hear why they would rather spend their Saturdays showing lambs than doing anything else!
After years of fishing the same honey hole, one North Carolina fisherman has reeled in a record breaker.
Whether the “field of vision” is a hole-in-one or a fruitful soybean season—environmental stewardship is a core focus for both farmers and professional golfing organizations alike.