The people who produce it are in Phoenix this week for Cattle Industry Convention.
Rural communities only work because of selfless volunteers like these three farmers, who also happen to be firefighters.
Spraying pesticides on your fields is one of those jobs where the margin for error is pretty narrow, both in terms of accomplishing the mission and protecting neighboring fields.
Research says tasseling-stage applications of fungicides and fertilizer work best where environment already favors big corn yields.
Join the CoCoRaHS network and put your daily rainfall observations into a nationwide database.
Here are his eight reasons why alfalfa is University of Kentucky Extension forage specialist Garry Lacefield's favorite legume for grazing, and why it should be your first choice.
The dairy industry, particularly the Holstein breed, has been on a DNA quest for more than 10 years, ever since better and cheaper genetic evaluation techniques became available.
New Missouri program uses GPS technology to do side-by-side comparisons with immediate on-farm application.
It’s a gold mine of crop nutrients, but know what you are putting down.
Identification is a start. After that, mowing, proper fertilizer, and herbicide applications all play a part.