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.
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.
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.
High cash rents and low commodity prices are driving producers and landowners to good-paying CRP ground.
Palmer Amaranth has been spotted in native plantings.
S&W Seed Company will license Australian-type sorghum hybrids with a U.S. seed company.
What if you could implement something on your property that would save you time and forestall federal regulation? Here's what you can do.
We caught up with Ray Archuleta, the south-central regional soil health specialist for the NRCS, about the future of soil health.