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.
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.
Through careful stewardship and adaptation to changing times, producers in the Palouse region have not only sustained their operations, but also found new markets.
Immigrant farm laborers have been part and parcel of the North American agricultural landscape for more than a century. What few outside ag realize, however, is just how critical their role is in feeding a hungry world.