Corteva Agriscience announced four new crop protection products — three herbicides and a biological — at the Commodity Classic in Orlando.
I can think of no better way to kick off the spring season than by celebrating the hard work and commitment of America’s farm and ranch families. We are proud to grow the safe and sustainable food, fiber and renewable fuel we all rely on.
The Illinois Soybean Association has named its ILSoyAdvisor Soy Envoy class for the 2023 growing season.
Indiana has made several changes to state pesticide regulations. Under the revised rules, only fully certified applicators will be allowed to use restricted-use products.
American Agri-Women learned firsthand about the impacts and efforts to mitigate livestock predators from a natural resources panel at their annual convention.
Agronomics, conservation and technology were just a few of the topics covered by farmer panelists at the Illinois Soybean Association’s Soybean Summit.
Well, with this mild winter weather and missing the two rain events that have been forecasted for my area, it has been pretty uneventful. The flock is eating unrolled hay and silage bales on the ground.
A vision-based targeted spraying system that’s under development was featured at Precision Planting’s recent winter conference.
Supplies and transportation were costly major roadblocks for the agriculture input industry and farmers in 2022 and highlight the connection between the global market and farm gate.
Food choices can be confusing — from organic to local to GMOs, how do consumers decide what’s best for them and their families?
U.S. farming is still overwhelmingly a family business, according to the latest Agricultural Resource Management survey data.
Receiving the Illinois Corn Growers Association’s Mike Plumer Environmental Award was extra special for honorees Richard Lyons and Ivan Dozier having known and worked with Plumer for many years.
Gripp Custom Farming was among numerous agriculture businesses featuring the latest technologies during the Greater Peoria Farm Show. Bill Winter, Gripp Custom Farming sales representative, said the firm has full ag retail locations in Sheffield and Wyanet.
From tractors and drones to chemicals, farmers are known to get quite a few drop-ins from industry representatives. But today it’s Kent Johnson, a third-generation farmer, who has a question for his visitor: “What new chemistries are you going to bring to help us?”
As farmers make plans for 2023, planting soybeans early is one of their priorities. “One of the big things growers are talking about on soybeans is maturity. With growers planting earlier, they are starting to look into earlier-maturing beans,” said Josh Tooley, agronomist.