My camera is covered in dust and grime because it’s always with me.” South Dakota Farmers Union announces the winners of ...
Members of the Iowa Cattlemen’s Association are invited to celebrate success and plan for the future at the Iowa Industry Leadership Summit Dec. 15 and 16 at The Meadows Events and Conference Center ...
The Kansas Department of Agriculture partnered with the U.S. Livestock Genetics Export, Inc. (USLGE) along with the Idaho, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico and Tennessee departments of agriculture to pa ...
Oil prices are rising on possible production cuts and optimism for increasing demand as COVID restrictions ease in China.
Great minds” from Hansen’s Dairy recently came together to reproduce a hilarious scene from an iconic holiday movie, said co-owner Blake Hansen.
Interest in a versatile legume — peanuts — has grown among Bootheel farmers since 2018, says University of Missouri Extension soils and cropping systems specialist Justin Calhoun.
The U.S. Senate, with volatile gasoline prices top of mind, is inching toward a bipartisan solution to a years-long push for year-round sales of ethanol blends of 15% or more.
Farmers have been communicating with the Environmental Protection Agency about keeping atrazine available as a weed control option.
Logan and Chelsey Harding are building a future on their ranch in Eddy County where they raise commercial SimAngus and are beginning a registered Red Angus herd.
We have talked about talking to someone about our estate planning for what seems like years now. We talked about it when we had small children, and it ...
Brothers RJ and James Orsten have agreed to take us along through their winter farming season in Kandiyohi County!
Guineas are unique but certainly can serve a purpose on a farm or acreage. The fowl, which are native to Africa, are known for eating bugs and acting as “watchdogs.” About one to two feet in length ...