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Introducing the New Successful Farming at Agriculture.com

Since 1902, Successful Farming magazine has worked to bring farmers information that can help them make money, save time, and grow their satisfaction in the farming business. Over the years, we’ve added to the Successful Farming brand to ensure that you have access to information when and where you need it.

That’s why in 1995, when the Web was still young, Successful Farming launched Agriculture.com. As an array of new features and increased connection speeds transformed the Internet, Agriculture.com transformed with it. 

While the new website will still bring you the information you trust from Successful Farming magazine editors, it will now be available on a faster site that will make Agriculture.com your number one digital source for agriculture news.  

Here are some of the new features and functionalities you can look forward to on Agriculture.com:

  • The website is designed for speed and utility, so you can find what matters most today for your operation on any Web-enabled device – even from the middle of a cornfield.
  • In the morning, at noon, and again in the afternoon, you’ll find a detailed analysis of the corn, soybean, and wheat markets. Now, you can access local grain bids, specifically the price of crops at the 10 elevators closest to your farm. 
  • Agriculture.com teams up with Reuters to provide the latest national and international agriculture news, including breaking news on ag companies, in-depth market analysis, and global stories that impact American farmers.
  • Are you tired of advertisements blocking articles you’re trying to read and slowing down the site? So were we. We now limit the number of these on the site
  • The Agriculture.com community has served as an online coffee shop for farmers since 1995. If you’re looking for a sharp mind to answer a question or a kind heart to listen to your farming woes, join at Community.Agriculture.com.

With any new technology, there may be some bumps following the launch. We ask for your patience, and we will keep you updated on the progress. If you have any issues, please email us at AgOnline@agriculture.com.

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