RANDOLPH, Iowa — Snow is just a distant memory as Will Longinaker plants corn on a gorgeous spring day.
CROSS TIMBERS, Mo. — Greg Sundwall enjoyed working in the hayfield, but he doesn’t do it anymore. Back in 1995, he started experimenting with management-intensive grazing rotations, and now he grazes cattle year-round and doesn’t feed any hay.
WINDSOR, Mo. — Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, you can find the Drenons answering phone calls, sorting cattle and taking care of customers at the Windsor Livestock Auction.
MANHATTAN, Kan. — A Kansas State University wheat expert says that yellowing in some Kansas wheat fields is not uncommon for this time of year, but growers should be aware of steps they should be taking if they are seeing…
When families fuel up for summer road trips, they could have a new option at the gas pump.
For farmers interested in rotational grazing, the next step may be a practice called silvopasture.
There’s an old line from the days of radio: “Only the shadow knows.” And in today’s competitive job market, it may be true — job shadows know a little more.
The state of Missouri has generally good news in its efforts to combat chronic wasting disease, although challenges remain.
So far, chronic wasting disease is confined to deer in northern Illinois. But that could change in a hypothetical future.
State officials remain concerned over chronic wasting disease being found in an additional Iowa county earlier this year.
BLOOMINGTON, Ill. — More rain is on the way for central Illinois and with that, warnings about the dangers of driving on roads that could become flooded after a month’s worth of rain fell in less than a week.
Without a doubt, the question of what to do with cornstalks that accumulated almost everywhere has been one of the most frequent questions following the March flooding.
NEVADA, Iowa — As sales jobs go, this wasn’t an especially difficult one. Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Amy Klobuchar is from Minnesota, where ethanol is an important industry.
Some U.S. farm groups fear that President Donald Trump’s terms for easing his trade war with China risk leaving large swaths of American agriculture worse off than before the conflict began.