The 31st annual Cattlemen’s College, sponsored by Zoetis, will be held Jan. 31-Feb. 2 in Orlando in conjunction with CattleCon24. The event draws more than 1,000 attendees every year.
The Soil and Water Outcomes Fund announced the addition of 34 Illinois counties to its area of eligible cropland for 2023, making all Illinois farmers now eligible for enrollment in the program.
A group of Brazilian agronomists, landowners and input industry representatives visited several locations in Illinois that included stops at the Illinois State University Farm, Bayer research facilities and John Deere.
When asked to describe war, Union General William T. Sherman noted that “war is cruelty, and you cannot refine it.” Later, Sherman did refine his dictum to the much shorter, impossible-to-forget: “War is hell.”
Even at first glance, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s recently announced $3 billion “Partnerships for Climate-Smart Commodities” sounds like doublespeak, an Orwellian invention that reverses the meaning of words.
Heartland Community College kicked off the construction of a 29,500-square-foot-facility and outside growing labs which will support agriculture programs and the next generation of ag students.
On the very week the United States marked its one millionth COVID death and anxious American parents awaited a military airlift for baby formula, Davos Man, he of the pinstriped master-of-the-universe class, emerged from his bulletproof, bombproof office to report all was well.
From foreign animal disease outbreaks to carbon markets and sustainability, speakers at the 2022 World Pork Expo will address all the tough topics facing the global pork industry.
Consumer and food industry demand for healthier cooking oils continues to rise, and Pioneer brand Plenish high oleic soybeans offer farmers a profitable way to meet this need.
The federal government can spend more money in 10 minutes than Congress, its watchdog, can track in 10 years. Still, congressional oversight — as late and limited as it often is — remains a vital element of government.
The 2021 Center for Animal Welfare Science Virtual Symposium, set for May 19-20, will focus on understanding how the pandemic has influenced perceptions about the human-animal bond.
Soil health systems increased net income for 85% of farmers growing corn and 88% growing soybeans, according to an evaluation from the Soil Health Institute and Cargill. The project was conducted to provide farmers with the economic information they need when deciding whether to adopt soil health practices.