beefSD teaches producers how to succeed in the beef industry.
Hog manure produces useful methane gas. Learn how a North Carolina energy company is converting pig poop into power.
Technology is creating smartcows. They aren’t tweeting the best grazing spots, but their ear tags are like a Fitbit, giving information to their producers.
No matter where they live, FarmHers recognize the power of the people.
Farmer evaluators test a variety of the latest advances in shop tools.
Dave Mowitz visited the John Deere archives in Moline, Illinois for an exclusive behind-the-scene
As the Show Bound series enters its fourth year, the Becks from Allerton, Illinois have been chosen as the next family to share why they show.
If you want to know what’s happening in the swine industry, talk to the Herrings at Hog Slat.
Use your old machinery tires as livestock waterers in the pasture. Ice, and even mean bulls can’t destroy them.
When you live on a farm, the smell of “fresh country air” might be pleasant to you but not so much for your neighbors. What to do about farmstead odors.
Laurie Bedord investigates sustainability in beef production.
John Howard, 77, has built his family’s farming enterprises from humble beginnings in tobacco growing to becoming a powerhouse in pork production, row-crop farming, and more.