Breeding project aims to fuse rotational, forage and grain production goals.
Don Wirth spends most of his time trying to get the message across how cover crops can boost soil he
Matt Alvernaz is a fourth-generation California sweet potato grower.
Foreign trade remains the top issue for California’s dry bean growers.
Don Mantie retired from Farm Credit Service in 2007, where he worked more than 30 years.
Row-cropping takes more equipment than less diversified operations but the farm’s location in the Willamette Valley near Silverton, Ore., makes it worthwhile.
During its first two years, the Black Locust Farm has relied heavily on social media, specifically Instagram, for marketing.
Students from around the world are taking online agriculture classes.
The demand for hemp is rising but U.S. growers are still scarce. Jerry Norton is among those who hope to change that.
One of the ways the Culinary Breeding Network has reached out to the public is through its annual Variety Showcase.
The Oregon Forage and Grassland Council was founded seven years ago to promote the usage of improved forages and increase the productivity and profitability of Oregon’s grasslands.
Tanzanian-born professor’s demonstration convinces one farmer to plant a new crop.
Charley Mathews Jr. says rice farmers try to do everything they can to improve efficiencies, lower costs and increase production without sacrificing quality.