March 18, 2015 is the 42nd anniversary of National Ag Day, celebrating agriculture and all those who feed our world, care for crops and livestock, and bring awareness to agricultural production. Here are some ways to celebrate this year:
Clint Walker knew from a young age that he could express his ideas and interests more effectively with a simple drawing than by filling a page full of words.
It didn’t take long for Craig Schmidt to know that he wanted to be the fourth generation in his family to operate the dairy farm near Juneau, Wisconsin. He bought his first combine when he was a high school senior. After graduation, he added a bagger and c
This Missouri family takes a hobby and turns it into a business.
What's old is new again. Or, maybe this treasured family saga never really went out of style.
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Worker health and safety are high-profile issues. A point person is key to success .
It's not easy, but it may be well worth the effort once you agree on the ground rules.
Brace yourself! The tug-of-war over 2015 cash rent rates is a battle of steely nerves. At this point, there isn’t much slack in the rope between high rents and low crop prices. Nationally, 38.8% of farmers rent land. In Iowa, 55% of farmers lease the land
Kids and cows are the top priorities for the Vander Kooi family at Ocheda Dairy near Worthington, Minnesota. Their aim is to respect the efforts of the founding generation and to anticipate needs of the next one.