A scary but effective way to fine-tune combine performance.
Midway through harvest, with farmers wondering whether they should wait until prices go up before selling their corn and beans, Jerry Gulke, president of the Gulke Group in Chicago, is advising farmers that it would be better to wait.
A new study shows that how they go about resigning says a lot about how they were treated while employed.
With unprecedented on-farm grain storage available, Extension experts are ready with some best practices to ensure grain comes out of storage in good condition.
“The repackaging, sale and distribution of unregistered and misbranded pesticides is illegal and puts people and the environment at risk,” according to EPA regional administrator Anne Heard.
Farm succession and transition are challenges for families, but they are the gift that keeps on giving for ag media. As Tolstoy wrote, “All happy families are alike; each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.” No matter how often we write about issues that arise during farm generati [...]
Now in its sixth year, the Executive Women in Agriculture (EWA) conference is the industry’s premier event for women involved in the business of agriculture. Last year’s meeting drew 250 producers from 28 states. This year’s theme, “Turn Obstacles Into Opportunities,&rd [...]
What makes a family farm great is often what creates its biggest challenges: a deep passion for and love of the business, pride in ownership and staunch opinions about its operations. But effective communication skills can help family farms thrive.
Planning for an unexpected death or disability is far from fun or quick. Yet it can save your family and team members significant emotional and financial costs.
Maryland-based Perdue Farms says it will stop the controversial practice of inserting plastic into its male chickens' nostrils.
South America’s corn crops may be shrinking, but soybean crops are increasing, and soybean producers are expected to increase plantings of Monsanto’s second-generation GMO by nearly 60%. And Argentina is holding off on getting rid of a soybean tax.
Here's a new record price for a tractor that was 15th of only 16 made.
LimelightPlayerUtil.initEmbed('limelight_player_995562'); Pro Farmer Editor Brian Grete provides closing market commentary.
Ken Ferrie explains how planters are more precise, actually allowing not only population to change by row but hybrid planted as well.
Republican candidate vows to support U.S. biofuel mandate.
NASCAR fans are gearing up for a big race near Chicago over the weekend, and it is a great time to talk about food.
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