Indiana Farmer Matthew Raver and his wife, Britney, both survived COVID-19
Farmer Survives COVID-19, Hopes His Farm Will Too

Indiana farmer survives 12 days of fever, pneumonia, and dehydration due to COVID-19 and he warns others that the fragile and frail aren't the only people at risk.

7 months ago
Conservation Agriculture Gains National Momentum

Farm Journal and foundational partners introduce America’s Conservation Ag Movement special edition of the magazine.

11 months ago
Insurance Covers $600,000 in Bills After Toddler’s Brush With Death

According to a recent Farm Journal Pulse, 20% of farmers don’t have insurance because it’s too expensive or for another reason. Another 24% have coverage but say it’s minimal or catastrophic only.

12 months ago
Corn Maverick: Cracking the Mystery of 60-Inch Rows

In 2017, Bob Recker kicked open the door on 60” row corn, and exposed a ton of questions on sunlight capture, weed suppression, cover crops, and much more.

1 year ago
Tiff With China Continues, How Are Other Trade Deals Moving Along?

However, has there been any progress on other trade deals? With the markets swinging up and down during Monday's trading session, what is happening? AgDay and U.S. Farm Report reporter Betsy Jibben has the story.

1 year ago
Feed, Bedding Worries Linger As Crop Conditions Stay Subpar in Ohio

AgDay national reporter Betsy Jibben talks with Nate Like, a livestock producer in Hamler, Ohio; Andy Stickel, a producer in Pemberville, Ohio. Feed, Bedding Worries Linger As Crop Conditions Stay Subpar in Ohio

1 year ago
Conservation Agriculture: Savings, Soil and Realities of Farming

In four operations in Mississippi, Iowa and South Dakota, conservation agriculture and financial success are a wedded pair.

1 year ago
Nebraska Producer: Rebuilding Fence Still A Struggle After Flood

AgDay national reporter heads to North Bend, Nebraska. She talks with Greg Beebe, a livestock producer from the area.

1 year ago