When Great Plains camelina company’s Duane Johnson predicted a camelina crop at Lind, Wash., would hit 2,000 pounds, eyebrows raised.
The good story that farmers have to tell will soon be as visible as the footprint they leave on a field.
Soil scientists with USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service are currently working on a project that will help farmers understand how tillage methods impact soil quality.
Producers such as Jay Hardwick are walking softly on the ground that provides them with a living and giving society the benefit of sustainable commodity crop production.
Tenacity and technology are giving wheat a boost in southern Minnesota.
Not much wheat is grown south of Highway 212, yet that doesn’t discourage farmer and seed salesman Dick Stangler, Kilkenny.