Today's plantings report, released at 4 p.m., should show a significant gain over last week.
The Food Dialogues 2013 was hosted by the U.S. Farmers and Ranchers at the 2013 BIO International Convention in Chicago April 22. Kristy Foster shares some insight.
( Photographed by James Dreussi, Styled by Leah Dreussi ) Chicken Wraps: 1 1/2 lbs boneless skinless chicken breasts 1 (1 lb) package sliced bacon 3/4 cup firmly packed brown sugar 2 tablespoons chili powder Directions- Preheat oven to 350°F. Cut chicken breasts into 1-inch cubes. Cut each bacon slice into thirds. Wrap each chicken...
We could take these photos all day: Farmers in our neck of the woods are finally getting into the fields for harvest.
When you consider just how wet it's been this year, we probably are fortunate the crops are as good as they are.
The soybean harvest has begun, but where will they end up when they leave your farm?
My favorite part of the Farm Science Review is, and always will be, the field demonstrations.
A model size view of a farm can teach life lessons to those not connected to agriculture.
It was well over 90 degrees when I visited the Grammer Jersey farm in Sebring on Tuesday. Or at least it felt like it. But instead of hearing a group of young adults and teenagers complaining, I had the joy of meeting the future of the dairy industry. The Jersey Youth Academy is a program...
Drought. Floods. Tornadoes. Rain. I have a feeling unless some drastic things happen in the weather patterns, farmers across the country better buckle up for a rough ride.
These pictures say it all as to how wet the fields are at this point. (But I’m going to stay positive though and assume it will change.)
Have you talked to a farmer in the Farm and Dairy reading area? Oh, how I pity you! I’m not going to lie, they are getting kind of crabby and it shows. They are just waiting for the day when it’s dry enough to get into those fields. Mention planting and they get a look...