The damage to Nebraska farms, ranches, communities, and businesses soars as state officials evaluate property now that flood waters are receding.
Friends and relatives honor Columbus, Nebraska, farmer James Wilke, who died March 14 in an attempted rescue of a motorist stranded in flooding water.
The Bomb Cyclone sweeping through the central U.S. last week brought snow and rain to Nebraska, overwhelming the state's waterways.
Iowa farmland values have declined 1.0% statewide since September 2019, based on results from the March 2019 Land Trends and Values Survey.
Editor Bill Spiegel shares his “New and Groovy” list from Commodity Classic, focusing on solutions that can help farmers get more economic return on their investment.
Jesse Green's 112.69 bushel per acre field topped Oklahoma and placed second in the National Wheat Yield Contest, dryland winter wheat category. Here's how he did it.
General Mills will partner with organic and conventional farmers to drive regenerative agriculture practices on 1 million acres by 2030.
Many growers didn’t get fall fertilizer finished up. Wet, cold conditions may force a change of plans for 2019 corn.
A 30-acre piece of land in Coles County, Illinois, once owned by Abraham Lincoln, sold at auction Feb. 12 for $10,000 per acre.
A 40-acre tract of Illinois farmland once owned by the 16th President of the U.S. will sell as part of a larger land auction on Feb. 12 - Lincoln's birthday.