19:05PM Oct 11, 2017

Climate Change Will Diminish Big Bluestem Growth

Greg Henderson
Editorial Director
Climate change is expected to reduce the growth and stature of big bluestem, a dominant prairie grass, by up to 60% over the next 75 years.
23:09PM Oct 02, 2017

Rain, Storms Slow Harvest Across Eastern South Dakota

Associated Press
AgWeb Contributor
Rain, storms slow harvest across eastern South Dakota
13:44PM Sep 28, 2017

Organic Field Crop Production Gains Momentum

while vegetables, fruits and livestock account for the lion’s share of organic production, organic field crops have gained in acreage and value, according to a new USDA report.
22:57PM Sep 05, 2017

Wildfires Rage in the West Burning Nearly 1.5 Million Acres

Wyatt Bechtel
Associate Editor
Wildfires have burned wide swaths of the western U.S. the past week forcing evacuations of communities, cattle to move pastures and highway closures.
14:00PM Aug 25, 2017

Minnesota Company Sends Hay Convoy to South Dakota

Associated Press
AgWeb Contributor
Minnesota company, Plains farm aid group set up hay convoy
20:52PM Aug 18, 2017

Help Drought Stricken Farmers in North Dakota

Anna-Lisa Laca
Online and Business Editor
The North Dakota Department of Agriculture looking for trucking donations to move hay for their hay lottery.
12:46PM Aug 16, 2017

Preventing an Unwanted Baler Fire

University News Release
AgWeb Contributor
We need to be cognizant at all times of the potential for fires to start while baling hay or straw and take measures to minimize the potential of a fire