Successful Farming asked a handful of farmers, agribusiness experts, and Extension educators what was on their list of goals in 2018. Here are their answers.
Mark Jensen uses his humble upbringing on a small farm to guide his new role as president and CEO of Farm Credit Services of America (FCSA) and Frontier Farm Credit.
Swine veterinarian Daryl Olsen and his partners at AMVC Management Services own or manage 117,500 sows in seven states.
Geopolitical strategist Peter Zeihan helps farmers understand how the realities of geography, populations, and politics impact markets and economic trends.
The annual exclusive Pork Powerhouses 2017 ranking of the 40 largest U.S. producers shows there are 246,850 more sows among these companies than one year ago.
Joe Connor and his team at the Carthage System in Illinois are schooling the swine industry as they expand to meet new challenges in pork production.
Ken Maschhoff, president of the National Pork Producers Council, has built a pork empire from the family farm headquarters outside Carlyle, Illinois.
The swine industry is going through a seismic shift in 2017, says Mark Greenwood. He gives these seven key changes affecting pork producers right now.
A flex-wing rotary cutter, often called a Batwing mower or a Bush Hog, cleans up weeds, tall grass, and brush with ease.
Holden Farms, near Northfield, Minnesota, shares how they plan to keep the family's farm business growing for at least another 40 years.