Kyler Laird is about to carve a notch into agriculture history by planting 10,000 acres of soybeans with a driverless tractor. Skeptics beware: Laird has loosed the DIY robots and his operation will never be the same.
Glyphosate is under unprecedented fire, and whether it stands or falls, the implications of an overarching legal battle are seismic. Science and perception need not match in order for reality to change.
The history of wild pig hunts is filled with unusual stories, but the chase for a 750-lb. beast hiding in plain sight on a Mississippi farm ranks as a standalone account. Farming reality outshines fiction.
Tim Recker and Brent Renner stand on opposite sides of a deep agricultural divide over the efficacy of cover crops. Discord over cover crops often reaches a level of rancor seldom matched by other facets of agriculture.
Ten years after Charles Hood bought 30 acres, USDA officials claimed he violated wetlands rules. Hood won in court, but the victory may ring hollow. How many bites at the same wetlands apple does the government get?