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Alan Guebert recalls the heating systems and various tactics his family used to stay warm 60 years ago in the farm house of his youth.

When the Barnharts decided to expand their meat goat herd, they didn't build new fences or facilities. Instead, they renovated a set of unused hog barns.

2021 was a year full of ups and downs for agriculture — and the rest of the world. Here's a look back at some of the top stories we covered in 2021.

Has 2021 been a great year for farmers? Some parts, yes, and others, no, Sandy Smith explains in this week's All About Grazing Column.

Producers’ view of their farms’ financial situation was less optimistic in October compared to September, declining six points to 104 in October. 

Judith Sutherland reminds mindful even in the long days during harvest season following the theft of her nephew's pickup truck.

The American food system's focus on the bottom line restricts farmers' opportunities to implement science-backed conservation practices on their farms.

Threshing day was the greatest day of the year for farmers in the 1930s when life was slower, harder and more neighborly.

A new study by Penn State researchers suggests that the agriculture industry is even more dangerous than previously believed. 

Alan Guebert returned to the fields of his youth with a metal detector more advanced than the one he used 40 years ago. Find out what he uncovered.