Feb. 19, 2021
It was 1984 when David Hinman had recently broken away from his family’s farm in Nebraska and took a chance on renting 400 acres of flood-irrigated land near Wheatland, Wyo...


Feb. 16, 2021
The greeting sign reads Prairie Star Farm, and as you turn into the drive, you may find any one of John and Meghan Palmer’s five children running between the buildings...


Jan. 20, 2021
Exceptional cattlemen are not always exceptional forage managers. But when the two enterprises do come together and are firing on all cylinders, it’s a marriage that yields remarkable results...


Jan. 19, 2021
Fire up your Google machine and search for Sherrill, Iowa, making sure that it’s in satellite view mode...


Jan. 12, 2021
It's now been five years that alfalfa varieties with the HarvXtra trait have graced the pages of seed company brochures...


Nov. 16, 2020
If they don’t bale hay in heaven, then Stan Steffen isn’t interested in making the trip...


Oct. 6, 2020
For Harry Adams Jr., it all started with a trip to the World Dairy Expo in Madison, Wis., and a visit to the building where the World Forage Analysis Superbowl samples are displayed. “I couldn�...


Aug. 24, 2020
Bill Kurtz claims the controlled-access bale feeder he built for horses reduces hay waste, and a university study verified it...


Aug. 24, 2020
He wasn't always a farmer. In fact, most of the first half of Jim Munsch’s adult life was pretty far removed from the farm scene, but he has always had a connection with the land and a passion for agriculture...


Aug. 21, 2020
It's been about 20 years since southeast South Dakota alfalfa producer Mike Brosnan recognized the need to look outside the United States for seasonal workers who could help with hay harvest...