Iowa has developed its first-ever plan to predict drought before it happens.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture touts its conservation programs for farmers, but a new study from the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy found last year, three of four applications for the programs were denied.
(Iowa News Service) As part of the Inflation Reduction Act, the Interior Department has announced it is investing $120 million to restore and rebuild key segments of America's wildlife management systems, especially in key areas of the Midwest.
Agriculture news and information from the Eads USDA Service Center in Kiowa County, Colorado.
Regenerative grazing has increasingly become a buzzword as the market for local, sustainable foods has expanded and product labels such as Regenerative Organic have entered the market. But debates about ranching and climate are some of the food and agriculture world's most contentious.
Lamar Community College's ranch horse team earned impressive ranks at The Spring Celebration Show, held at the B.W Pickett Equine Center in Fort Collins.
This was the team's second show and first collegiate competition.
The riders earned the following placements:
Colorado State University Crops Testing has announced the details for the 2023 Wheat Field Days tour.
In addition to affecting farmers' crops, heavier prolonged rainfall and higher temperatures can also harm Ohio's water quality.
Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon has submitted a request for a disaster designation to the federal government, his office said this week.
Instead of this familiar boom-bust cycle, Smith hopes to see a network of farmers across Iowa, Minnesota, and beyond that can afford to stay on the land while farming at a smaller scale by cutting their input costs radically and selling higher welfare, grass-fed meat into local markets and directly to consumers.