Fermentation is a growing trend for producing safe, easy and healthy foods and beverages.
Combines may still be harvesting this year’s crops, but smart farmers are already thinking about next year’s planting.
A new law in Pennsylvania gives the property owner more control over future use of the land when a gas lease expires.
Rex Cunningham’s realization that he was losing his hearing came to him like it does most people — gradually.
Milk prices are still phenomenal and feed prices are far below what you were paying last year. So what am I fretting about?
Food safety law continues to be defined, with new comment period through mid December.
The most anticipated dish of Thanksgiving dinner is up for debate, but to some, the turkey just can’t be beat.
A dealership with almost 60 years of history is changing business hands.
AGCO shares tips to winterize tractors and hay equipment.
The top stories from the week Oct. 26-Nov. 1, 2014.
The almanac warns frost is overdue. Vegetable growers are harvesting those last few warm weather crops before it’s too late.
The wet fields that have delayed growers from harvesting also increases the risk for yield loss from wildlife damage and weak plant integrity due to unfavorable weather conditions.
Carving a Jack-o’-lantern is no longer the most popular way to decorate a pumpkin for Halloween.
Consider what your land provides for you and be patient with negotiations. Two major lessons one farming family has learned when dealing with pipeline negotiations.
Prepare your rain barrel for winter to make sure that it’s still usable come spring.
The USDA has extended the deadline for the dairy Margin Protection Program to Dec. 5.
As agricultural cooperatives set sales records nationally, the growth is reflected closer to home.
Wet spring and now a wet fall lead to late harvest.
For the Moshers, growing giant pumpkins is a rewarding hobby.
Oculus VR’s Harvest of Change goes far beyond the farming video game.