Commodity market analysts say regardless of the hype around late planting, the numbers on May 20 will tell the true story about the 2019 crop.
While many farmers await planting, their best friends are loyally at their sides. Dogs are a staple for many farm families.
As planting dates for many producers are pushed into May, the soil is warming and you might wonder if that gives you flexibility in corn planting populations.
AgDay national reporter Betsy Jibben takes us to Crescent, Iowa for the latest I-80 Planting Tour. She talks with Don Rief, a farmer in Crescent, Iowa and Mike Naig, the
The impacts of late planting may roll over into other sectors of the ag industry.
While planting delays are seldom desirable, many farmers are making the most of this time. From spending more quality time with family, to catching up on shop projects, these farmers
If, and it’s a big if, weather cooperates farmers can plant corn and soybeans at breakneck speeds, according to a recent Farm Journal Pulse poll.