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Farmers are steeped in epistemology because they know that dogma won't raise a crop, wean a calf or repay the banker. That takes knowledge and hard work.

The struggle against plant disease will never end, but farmers can now get a boost from the computer-in-a-pocket called the smartphone.

Dehan Courtney, 33, and his wife, Rebecca, 30, of Mercer, Pa., run Logging with Horses and have a growing herd of Brabant draft horses.

Hershey Farms LLC was Pennsylvania’s top producer in the 2018 Pennsylvania Soybean Yield Contest, with a winning yield of 97.19 bushels per acre.

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Marginal lands could become useful and potentially profitable if they are planted with perennial bioenergy crops such as shrub willow and switchgrass.

Farmers are being challenged by climate change, retreating stock prices, large crop yields, an overdue farm bill, ongoing trade wars and more.

The year ahead will present some fiscal opportunities for farmers, but also many challenges.

Farmers seeing brighter days on the horizon, according to Purdue University's recent survey in October.

A University of Kentucky trial studying the feasibility of growing plants used to treat malaria was successful in its first growing season.
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