Chances are the exhibitors at this winter’s largest trade show — the National Farm Machinery Show — will feature plenty of high-tech options on their products.
Congress approves a new Farm Bill, and agriculture finally exhales.
Biotech opponents are as entrenched in their views as believers in a particular faith, so agriculture should stop catering to them.
As the winter shows begin, the news from the agricultural front is decidedly mixed.
One new study suggests higher crop yields may be harder to come by in the future – no matter what agriculture tries.
Fourteen years later, biotech ag practices are still feeling the aftermath of this not-for-human consumption corn variety.
Following four straight years of growth, ag retailers and their grower-customers still believe that the new year will be another good one, if only the industry can weather a few potential bumps.
The past few years, ag retail equipment sales have been strong. And from all indications, 2014 will be another good year for Big IRON.
With many strong sales years under its belt, the agricultural community is hoping for another positive growth experience in 2014, but mindful of a few challenges that might keep this from happening.
Changes in the corn market could have a major impact on the crop nutrients sector in 2014, say experts.