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Total Farm Marketing’s Bryan Doherty expects to see some shifts in spring planting now that grain markets are in a lull driven by an excess in supply.
Meet David and Lindsey Morgan, the dynamic duo behind Georgia’s Morgan Family Farm! The couple, honored as the Georgia Farm Bureau’s 2023 Young Farmer & Rancher Achievement Award recipients, attributes their success to an unwavering commitment to each other and a shared vision.
With the peanut harvest in full swing, The Georgia Farm Monitor traces one of the state’s key crops on its journey from the fields to the shelling plant, revealing a complex process guided by the man in the middle — peanut buying points.
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.
The University of Tennessee’s Institute of Agriculture is exploring the viability of peanut farming in Tennessee, a crop more common to its southern neighbors.
Iowa corn growers are reporting signs of corn lodging due to extreme heat and dry weather conditions in the region. However, despite the difficult weather conditions, alfalfa crops are gaining quality points.
HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology uses genomics to improve peanut production.
A Fourth-Generation Cotton Farmer’s Journey
A week after Hurricane Idalia tore across Florida and parts of the Southern-Atlantic Coast, we are learning more about how agricultural operations in its path were impacted by the storm, which reached a Category Three-level hurricane at its peak.
RFD-TV’s own Marlin Bohling proved he is more than “just Ken” with his yummy “BarBieQuacamole Taco Burgers.” Get the recipe here — it’s a 10!
The Idaho Farm Bureau introduces us to the Beck Family, the fourth-generation family behind 7B Ranch in Port
While dry weather is giving a boost to crop emergence, it is not helping out the hay crop.