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The Illinois Corn Growers Association honored several individuals for their roles in supporting farmers and the industry during the organization’s annual meeting.
Vitamins are essential for dairy cows, but feeding too much can cause problems.
Cassie Wallpe, agriculture educator at Batesville High School, says it takes many things to be a good ag teacher.
The Illinois Society of Professional Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers presented the 2023 Service to Agriculture award to Gary Schnitkey of the University of Illinois.
Purdue University has received a five-year, $10 million grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to increase the production of seafood, also known as “blue food,” which is healthier and more sustainably produced than land-based foods.
Early-season diseases are a common threat for soybean growers, but knowing exactly what to expect in an upcoming season can be a challenge.
Potassium has been referred to as the mother of all nutrients for the numerous benefits it provides plants.
Many areas of the country are experiencing a very beautiful fall this year, with the trees providing plenty of color. With all those leaves now making their way to the ground, you may be asking yourself if you should rake or not.
Journalism, like baseball, aging and bridesmaids, is often about the numbers. Sometimes big numbers are good, other times small numbers are better. Either way, numbers usually define our work, our families and our lives in more ways than we care to count.
Providing the opportunity for people to visit a farm is one of the passions for Triple M Farm: Mariah’s Mums & More. “We’re passionate about getting people out here firsthand to see we’re growing quality, safe products and to create experiences,” said Mariah Anderson.
The 60th annual Farm Science Review came to a close at the Molly Caren Agricultural Center in London, Ohio, after welcoming 114,589 visitors during the course of the three-day event and showcasing the latest in agricultural innovations.
The Illinois Soybean Association announced the inaugural ISA Achievement Award recipients.
Six students recently received 2022 Accelerating a Generation Syngenta Scholarships. These students, who are acquiring degrees focused on agricultural pursuits, will each receive a $2,500 scholarship.
While farmers have little control over the long-term care they may need, they do have options as to how to plan for those costs, said Robert Moore, agricultural and resource law specialist with Ohio State University Extension’s Agricultural and Resource Law program.
When it comes to planning for long-term health care, every farmer faces a unique situation. Planning should be tailored to each situation, said Robert Moore, agricultural and resource law specialist with Ohio State University Extension’s Agricultural and Resource Law program.