Site-specific management can reduce salt in your soil.
Opportunities to price out equipment to capitalize on depreciation deductions for this year abound as particular pieces of machinery are selling at historic low prices thanks to high inventories.
Now that he loads the seed tender with a grain cart auger, Dillon Roesch of McClave, Colorado, is breathing easier – both literally and figuratively.
Learn the history behind John Deere horsepower as the company celebrates the 100th anniversary of green and yellow tractors.
When crop prices are slumping, it isn’t easy to change the norm.
Farmers try new practices to manage risk.
The 100 days between winter wheat harvest and winter wheat planting are a fine time to grow short-season cover crop blends. The practice boosts soil biology and suppresses weeds.
Cereal rye cover crops are good for the environment and for the bottom line.
Planting a cover crop early while adding fertilizer works for these North Dakota brothers.
After nearly a decade of growing cover crops and a long list of no-till cash crops, Dan Forgey, agronomy manager at Cronin Farms, Gettysburg, South Dakota, sees mounting benefits from plant diversity.