Nov. 30, 2021
Photo: Greg Judy Green Pasture Farms in central Missouri comprises many fields that were once idle cropland shrouded with shrubs and trees. It wasn’t until Greg Judy, owner of the farm, took ov...

Nov. 16, 2021
Photo: Paige SmartSustainable intensification is a term used to describe farming practices that maximize yields without harming the environment and without the need to convert additional acres into cr...

Nov. 10, 2021
If you find yourself stuck in a pack of vehicles cruising down State Route 15 near Bryan, Ohio, odds are you’ve just entered Friedel Family Farms territory...

Nov. 10, 2021
Hay producers in Nevada are professional gamblers, but they aren’t sitting at a Blackjack table...

Nov. 9, 2021
Imagine sitting in a roller coaster car chugging toward the top. When the car finally reaches its peak, it suddenly rushes downhill. The rest of the ride is full of twists and turns, including an upsi...

Nov. 2, 2021
Outdoor winter feeding areas are likely to take a beating. Heavy hoof traffic and manure accumulation can cause soil compaction, erosion, and excess nutrient buildup. Allotting unfit acres for winter...

Oct. 26, 2021
Despite seasonably warm temperatures in many parts of the Midwest, winter jackets, hats, and gloves will soon be retrieved from coat closets to combat the cold that is starting to creep in...

Oct. 19, 2021
A relatively new clover is taking center stage in recent tests and demonstrations in Arkansas, and this legume’s performance has the potential to impress impress even the toughest of critics...

Oct. 12, 2021
Harvest corn silage – check. Apply inoculant – check. Pack and cover bunkers and piles – check. This is what many producers’ to-do lists look like at this point in the season. Despite these co...

Oct. 5, 2021
Many parts of the country have endured dry weather conditions this year, and the lack of rainfall could affect more than just grain yields. Drought-stressed cornstalks can carry high levels of nitrate...