Gone. A glaring story of soil loss, set against an alarming background of buffalo bones and the Dust Bowl, is a signpost account of cost and consequence, with relevance for the entire farming industry.
Brian Tischler has put a shoulder to the door of open-source farm technology by designing software, AgOpenGPS, for a precision mapping and tractor automation program, and placing the project online for free download.
As hemp growers, seed dealers and processors hurl accusations of fraud and failure—one lesson, among many, is increasingly clear: Hemp is a crop unto itself and a solid contract is crucial from the get-go.
Almost 30 years after Saddam Hussein put a match to 600-plus oil wells during the Gulf War, an American farmer, Ed Hain, lays claim to ending one of the most environmentally destructive war crimes ever recorded.
Randy Dowdy just blew the bin doors off soybean yield world records, hitting 190.23 bushels per acre on 3.27 acres, and 179 bpa on 4.23 acres. The Georgia farmer broke his previous yield record of 171 bpa, set in 2016.
When Arick Baker and Buddy Schumacher tumbled into corn flows, but emerged to tell harrowing tales separated by three years and 250 miles, the rookie and the veteran became remarkable survival exceptions.