Your soil is alive. What is it trying to tell you?
The good news is that the Minnesota infestations have been found early.
Every farmer knows that good soil produces good crops. Putting a dollar value on soil health is easier said than done.
Most farmers will tell you that it’s always better to build a big farm shop. These Iowa farmers built a large building with a lot of versatility.
Thinking of investing in used precision agriculture equipment?
The marketplace offers an ample fleet of late-model machinery being sold at historically low prices. Prices like these haven’t existed since the mid-1980s.
Why Upper Midwest farmers have a great compaction buster that will never rust.
Tillage is a stealthy eroder that robs your precious topsoil. Here’s how to fix it.
Conservation and water quality regulation, government incentives, and what has been and is being done to help were all hot topics for five panelists at the 2017 Iowa Ag Summit on Saturday.
Dave Legvold's restorative farming focuses around soil management, including reducing tillage and paying attention to nutrient needs.
Tame erosion with solutions that work: no-till and cover crops.
Prairie plantings and wetlands can bring a different kind of wealth to your farm.