Stories about faith
With traces of winter’s unusually heavy snow still lingering, farmers were out dawn to dusk in early May, planting corn and soybeans across southwestern Minnesota fields many have owned for generations.
The Indy 500 Milk Person, Kerry Estes, is prepared to hand off the iconic glass of milk to the winning driver on race day.
Learning through hands-on activities is the focus of the agricultural classes at Marquette Academy in Ottawa.
A frozen mustache, aching fingers and cold toes. Up before dawn and in the field long after the stars come out. These are what common workdays look like for me, a North Dakota farmer.
Shark Farmer, agriculture’s most entertaining and boundary-pushing media personality, has a new home — or should that be tank?
The Rev. Matt Curry’s parents were children of the Great Depression, just like “The Waltons” — the beloved TV family whose prime-time series premiered 50 years ago.
Surrounded by corn and soybean fields, this 50-acre plot of land complete with a school, dormitory, gymnasium, barn and other outbuildings seems a bit out of place.
Bible verse Mark 5:36 is the anchor message for Beck’s Hybrids new marketing campaign, “Be not afraid, only believe.” This year, farmers are facing unprecedented challenges, including high inflation and interest rates, unpredictable weather and rising input costs.
A new agriculture program is in the works at Grace College. The college is planning a Center for Agriculture. The school is seeking a director and program coordinator for the center.
Faith, farming and agricultural education are all tied together at Huntington University, where Raymie Porter teaches agriculture to students. Porter is also director of academic programs at Haupert Institute for Agricultural Studies.