Search Site   
News Stories at a Glance
   
Archived Articles   (Current)
Search Archive      
Next Last
Stories 1 to 10 of 21403
New technology showcased at National Farm Machinery Show
LOUISVILLE, Ky. —Thousands of visitors streamed through the aisles of the 2020 National Farm Machinery Show to find new equipment, learn new techniques and socialize and network with others in the field.
2/19/2020
Full Story...

FruitScapes farmers market in Florida: the place to be

BOKEELIA, Fla.—Saturday mornings in Bokeelia (near Ft. Myers), the FruitScapes farmers market is the place to be. It’s a community affair featuring Bea’s authentic Salvadoran food, FruitScape’s fruits trees, Pine Island Tropical’s organic fruits and vegetables including Momma Donna’s breads, jams, salsa, and more. Momma Donna is a Martha Stewart American Made Winner.

 

2/19/2020
Full Story...

Oldest creamery in the U.S. still going strong

MINERVA, Ohio— Nestled in a small village of Minerva in northeast Ohio lies Minerva Dairy. The 3,720 residents of this small village are familiar with this small business, but most don’t know it’s been around since 1894; that’s 125 years, making it America’s oldest family-owned creamery.
2/19/2020
Full Story...

Indiana Farm Bureau’s Young Farmers and Ag Professionals

NOBLESVILLE, Ind. — Energy, enthusiasm, camaraderie, and hospitality—these are the adjectives I would use to describe the feelings I received when I attended my first farm conference, The INFB Young Farmer’s and Ag Professionals Conference on Feb. 8.
2/19/2020
Full Story...

KADB distributes more than $7 million

Frankfort, Ky —The Kentucky Agricultural Development Board (KADB) has approved $7,018,530 in 11 agricultural diversification and rural development projects across the Bluegrass State in its most recent board meeting.
2/19/2020
Full Story...

Michigan Food and ag summit will be held in March

LANSING, Mich. – The 7th annual Michigan Food and Agriculture Summit is set to be held in March.

 

2/19/2020
Full Story...

Allendale Ag Leaders Conference and crop report

MCHENRY, Ill. —The phase one trade agreement between the United States and China could lead to U.S. farmers planting far more soybeans than expected just a few months ago, Allendale, Inc. market analysts said recently.
2/19/2020
Full Story...

Seymour farm address issues in the poultry and egg industry

SEYMOUR, Ind. — Overproduction in the egg industry continues to be a concern for producers, the newest chairman of the U.S. Poultry & Egg Association’s board of directors said recently.
2/19/2020
Full Story...

New Technology and data collection

Washington, DC - Learning about new technology and comparing the price to a reliable piece of farm equipment with the gadgets, it can be hard for farmers to justify the cost.
2/19/2020
Full Story...

Silver lining in rising farm bankruptcies

WASHINGTON D.C. — Farm bankruptcies in the U.S jumped 20 percent last year but the picture isn’t quite a bleak as it might seem.
2/19/2020
Full Story...
Next Last
Stories 1 to 10 of 21403