- Another Wetland Snafu
Farmers who helped keep their town from being flooded three years ago are now being investigated by NRCS for draining wetlands.
- Super-Sized Equipment Not Suited for Highly Erodible Ground
Matching machinery size to soil conservation needs on Iowa's steep slopes.
- Bright Future For Corn, But Does Danger Lurk Around Every Corner?
At the S.D. corn convention, speakers say there's plenty of profit potential in corn -- but many political and regulatory challenges are coming.
- Carbon Credits Coming For Grassland
You may be able to earn an additional $16 to $25 per acre per year on grassland easements in the future.
- Conservation Compliance Not Always Clear
One thing is clear, if you want to remain eligible for federal farm programs, you best have a determination made before one tree is cut or one puddle drained.
- How Government Shutdown Affects Farmers
Farm bill expired Oct. 1, same day government shut down.
- Eastern Colorado Drought Heavily Impacting Livestock
Ranchers wondering if they should pull cattle from dry ranges.
- Can't Plant? Put Your Empty Fields To Good Use
Cover crops and conservation practice construction can be an option for farmers unable to plant corn or soybeans this spring.
- Spring Roundup Brings Angus Cattle
Angus herd finds a home as rotational grazing system replaces crop production.