Katie HumphreysManaging Editor

A career as an agricultural journalist was a natural fit for Katie after growing up on a diversified livestock operation. While attending the University of Missouri–Columbia and pursuing a degree in agricultural journalism, she had internships with the Missouri Farm Bureau and the Missouri Pork Producers Association and was managing editor of The Rural Sociologist. In college, she received first place in the National Association of Agricultural Journalists’ student writing contest and first place in the Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow’s national critique for her photo story. During her senior year, she was an intern for Farm Journal, and after graduation
A career as an agricultural journalist was a natural fit for Katie after growing up on a diversified livestock operation. While attending the University of Missouri–Columbia and pursuing a degree in agricultural journalism, she had internships with the Missouri Farm Bureau and the Missouri Pork Producers Association and was managing editor of The Rural Sociologist. In college, she received first place in the National Association of Agricultural Journalists’ student writing contest and first place in the Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow’s national critique for her photo story. During her senior year, she was an intern for Farm Journal, and after graduation

Articles By Katie Humphreys

Boots in Field
Apr 18, 2019

Complacency Builds Resistance

Mix up your pesticide plan while being mindful of cost
Farm Journal TV app
Apr 16, 2019

Bring Farm Journal TV, Radio and Podcasts With You to the Field

Use your cab-time to keep up with the latest news, market analysis, weather and policy insights.
Mar 22, 2019

ARC Versus PLC

Should you switch your program election?
Oct 08, 2018

Reap More From Your Data

A survey of more than 100 tech-savvy soybean farmers found half value digital technology at more than $15 per acre. The survey, conducted by John Fulton and team at Ohio State University, also found:
Oct 08, 2018

Payback Potential for Precision

According to Tim Norris, CEO of Ag Info Tech, precision agriculture is the practice of managing every acre to reach its highest economic yield through the use of various tools and practices. That level of management requires a short- and long-term plan to piece together compatible tech components. From there,
Sep 17, 2018

Farm Journal Podcasts - October 2018

Farm Journal Podcasts - October 2018
Sep 13, 2018

For the Record

D owntime is scarce in the fall, but if you need to pass the minutes while waiting at the elevator or wind down after a long day, check out these videos at bit.ly/record-breakers. Former swimmer and record-holder Mark Spitz once said: “Life is true to form; records are meant to
Jul 16, 2018

Farmers Share Input Intel

Each spring, Farm Journal surveys farmers to understand what influences their seed and planting decisions. As input decisions change based on cost savings, new choices and production challenges, it could be interesting to see how you align with fellow farmers from across the U.S. Take a look at the survey
Jun 19, 2018

Top 2 Questions About N Plans

The ROI of nitrogen (N) is significant—an extra 20 lb. costs less than 2 bu. of corn. That doesn’t mean you throw on some extra N and hope for the best.