We've rounded up the top 10 stories of the year as decided by you, our readers. Take a look back at these memorable stories on Drovers.com in 2019.
They may not replace the pickup, horse or 4-wheeler, much less a good sheep dog, anytime soon, but a Texas A&M AgriLife Research scientist thinks drones have practical ranching applications that will expand in the near
Ranching has been the Phares’ way of life for eight generations, but development pressure in Florida threatens the industry as a whole. A new podcast aims educate and preserve ranchland in the state.
Readers of Drovers share their thoughts on a border wall through story and Facebook comments. Here is just a sampling of what farmers and ranchers are saying.
A rancher in Jackson County, Oregon who has had gray wolves eat his livestock is now using a lime-green inflatable dancing man to keep the predators at bay.
Farmers and ranchers from South Dakota to Louisiana have been enduring record rainfall and flooding to care for their cattle.
The first in a series of webinars by the Global Farmer Network brought together a diverse panel of farmers to talk about the biggest issues in agriculture today.
Emeritus extension specialist Glenn Selk shared a treasure trove of wisdom in 2019. Here are the six most popular.