Fill Farm Management Gaps to Maximize Farm Productivity Jul 21, 2023

    🕔Jul 21, 2023
    The average size of a U.S farm in 2022 was 446 acres, according to a USDA report. No matter how many acres your operation boasts, there are a lot of […]

    Center for Profitable Agriculture Celebrates Twenty-fifth Year Mar 8, 2023

    🕔Mar 8, 2023
    The Farm Bureau-UT Extension Partnership Helps Tennesseans Launch Value-added Opportunities COLUMBIA, Tenn. – A center that helps Tennessee farm families increase the sustainability of their operations is celebrating a quarter […]

    Crop Production, Protection Seminar Set Dec. 20 in Panhandle, South Plains Dec 6, 2022

    🕔Dec 6, 2022
    The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service will host the AgriLife Extension Crop Production and Protection Seminar Dec. 20 at locations across the Panhandle and South Plains. The speakers will be virtual, but […]

    Crop Production in Brazil Outpaces Storage Capacity Nov 28, 2022

    🕔Nov 28, 2022
    While Brazil hits successive records in grain production, Brazilian farmers face an old problem: a deficit in grain storage. The Brazilian government projects national grain output will be 313 million […]

    Iowa Farmer Goes Bushels Up and Fertilizer Down with Biologicals Nov 23, 2022

    🕔Nov 23, 2022
    Matt Brincks’ Iowa farm is home to an eye-popping see-saw. In the past decade, his average yields have climbed 30 bushels in corn and 12 bushels in soybeans—all while his […]

    Arkansas Farmer’s Storybook Tale Spans Famine, Feast, and Faith Nov 14, 2022

    🕔Nov 14, 2022
    A storybook in the flesh, Bruce Bond bridges farming’s past and present. Hand-weeding and herbicide, 3-bushel beans and 3-bale cotton, boll weevil and Bt, famine and feast. Born to the […]

    USDA to Address ‘Soybeans of Other Colors’ Issue, Grading Standards Nov 12, 2022

    🕔Nov 12, 2022
    Current U.S. soybean grading standards may need an update, according to a USDA Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) announcement on Tuesday. The agency reported the Federal Grain and Inspection Service (FGIS) […]

    What Is Your Biggest Yield Robber? 3 Farmers Weigh In Nov 10, 2022

    🕔Nov 10, 2022
    At first blush, water, or lack thereof, is the supreme bushel thief in the majority of corn and soybean fields. But, according to several farmers, the answer is not quite […]

    Louisiana: After Challenging Growing Season, Farmers Now Face Disappointment at Harvest Oct 22, 2022

    🕔Oct 22, 2022
    To say 2022 has been a challenging year for Louisiana farmers would be an understatement. Back in the spring, as farmers prepared to plant their fields, they knew they would […]

    Mississippi: Crop Harvest Going Well, Average Yields Oct 10, 2022

    🕔Oct 10, 2022
    “Snow” appearing on the sides of highways and bare ground visible for miles is a sure indication that row crop harvest in Mississippi is well underway. As of early October, […]


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