Farm Journal and foundational partners introduce America’s Conservation Ag Movement special edition of the magazine.
In four operations in Mississippi, Iowa and South Dakota, conservation agriculture and financial success are a wedded pair.
Listen to how this North Carolina farmer says he “got lucky” and became a farmer on this week's episode of The First Years podcast.
Who slashes farmland acreage by three-quarters, jettisons a machinery fleet, and upends field practices, yet watches profits rise by 70 percent? Meet Del Ficke and a less-is-more farming approach.
Knowing the soil’s potential to mineralize nitrogen from organic matter, making it available to plants, would help improve nitrogen fertilizer recommendations.
On his west-central Missouri farm, Kyle Grumke and his father Ross employ cover crops on every one of their 550 owned acres
On Mikey Taylor’s farmland, cover crops and livestock are the vehicle to building high-potential soils.
Nebraska researchers recently reported on a 16-year study, evaluating the effects of grazing on no-till, irrigated land in a corn-soybean rotation in eastern Nebraska.