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Cuba: Now and Its Future

As relations warm between Cuba and the U.S., Cuban organic agriculture continues to evolve, for a few surprising reasons.

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Stinger Stackers collected and stacked the bales from dawn to dusk.

Stover Makeover

A unique new processing plant in York, Neb., turns crop residue into cash for farmers and pellets for cattle feeders. Some ag insiders say it may just revolutionize the industry.

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Jungle to Farm

In a region with a famous past, the Berry family looks to sustain a long future.

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Raising Raisins

For Navroop Pooni, it’s a generational thing. Like his father and his father’s father before him, raisins are the family business.

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A Peaceful Place

A grower of exotic lilies finds her sweet spot in hybridizing beautiful flowers and in the life she’s created on her family farm.

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He’s the Hub

As a farmer, small-town mayor and proprietor of a farm supply store, Joey Wilson is plugged into what’s happening now and what it’ll take to help his children succeed down the road.

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Heavy Metal, High Tech

This Illinois farmer says he was slow to adopt precision ag technology. But now, after a few years under his belt, he’s excited about the results.

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Farm Fatale

Stories from a city girl gone mad over cows, farms, dairies, a certain guy who would become her husband and just about all things rural.

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Bean Boom Or Bust: Brazil’s Battle to Be Soybean King

Analysts have claimed for years that Brazil will become the world leader in soybean production, but pioneering farmers face many challenges there. Nevertheless, U.S. growers should take heed.

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Young Farmers: Growing Their Future and Ours

We asked several about their challenges and goals, then listened as each spoke of hard lessons learned, their passion for farming and hopes for the future.

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