Proliferation of wild pig populations necessarily means a persistent bleed on farm profits. Dale Nolte, national coordinator for the NFSDMP, leads USDA’s nationwide effort to reduce the impact of wild pigs.
The dicamba lawsuit line begins with Bill Bader and his claims of extensive crop damage, but take a number because the queue is growing longer as more farmers file complaints against BASF and Monsanto.
With Harvey bearing down on their farmland, Bob and Robby Reed were sprinting against a cruel clock. Corn, grain sorghum and rice were cut and safely stored. Pickers rolling, the father and son had 500 acres of cotton b
The ratoon rice crop could be a near-total loss in Texas and Louisiana after the wrath of Hurricane Harvey subsides. The vast majority of Gulf Coast rice was harvested before the arrival of Harvey, but with water still
Chip Flory has a tight grip on agriculture۪s ultimate tape measure. When an army of 150 scouts from 12 countries marches across U.S. farmland and spills into corn rows armed with ropes and smartphones, Flory knows the
As the Farm Journal Midwest Crop Tour makes its first round of corn and soybean checks today, several long-time tour scouts weighed in with Farm Journal editors on what they expect to see.
Mark Bernard, a crop consultan