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Luckey Farmers and Ida Farmers will have 11 locations across northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan providing products, programs and services.
The performance assessment system guides retailers and suppliers in benchmarking, quantifying, and taking action on critical sustainability issues.
Modern technology allows for super-detailed outlooks on temperature, precipitation, and other data. But is it more accurate than old-school almanacs?
Eric Sfiligoj and Lara Sowinski discuss the big ag technology news regarding AGCO and Trimble, Chris Novak leaving CropLife America, and a look ahead at the upcoming VISION Conference slated for January.
Farmers must understand the risks and rewards when adopting climate-smart practices, as well as the requirements of individual carbon markets.
Eric Sfiligoj and Lara Sowinski discuss the 2023 Product of the Year nominees, CropLife 100 information, and what low water levels on the Mississippi River might mean for agriculture.
The ranking marks the 13th consecutive year the program has earned a spot in the top two.
Learn how charity project FARMERHOOD is hoping to financially assist those affected with the principle of “Farmers Helping Farmers.”
While the farm season is winding down, aerial applicators are still working by seeding cover crops via aircraft.
New officers are President Jaime Yanes, Albaugh; Vice President Michael Lehman, AMVAC; and Secretary/Treasurer John Oesch, Nutrien Ag Solutions.
Eric Sfiligoj and Lara Sowinski discuss the latest farmer feelings on the economy, some comments from ARA’s Daren Coppeck, and a review of the Farm Science Review.
The company profiles its portfolio of Climate-Smart Ag solutions, including soil health products and its proprietary SIMPAS precision application system.
From the coveted Dean Roy Achievement Award to the Industry Vision Award, MACA presented several awards at its recent annual meeting.
The capital will be invested in profitably scaling Indigo’s unique science and technology to boost farm revenues and de-carbonize the planet.
Eric Sfiligoj and Lara Sowinski discuss highlights from the recent Mid America CropLife Association meeting, some hope for combating citrus greening, and railroad safety concerns.
Corn production is up 10% from last year, forecast at 15.1 billion bushels, while soybean growers are expected to decrease their production 3%.