When David Monk, 78, lost the best yielding corn of his life to fire, he took the loss on the chin and remained a farmer grateful for his community.
Johnny Dickerson, an arrowhead hunting warhorse with a bootstrap tale and over 4,000 showpiece points, is a classic American individualist with no concern for conformity.
The dollar rules, but planting decisions are often complex— even when commodities are shining.
When Sesame Street knocked, Casey Cox threw open the door on her Georgia farm and grabbed an opportunity to take U.S. agriculture to a new audience.
Tyler Zimmerman and Chris Walberg have changed agriculture horses in midstream, and say the results are improving long-term ROI—as well as igniting a new zeal for farming.
Wild pig control is one of the greatest challenges in U.S. wildlife management history, and in many ways, wild pig prosperity starts in the fascinating belly of a beast like no other.
The shine of a new digital product often dulls quickly in the rows, and many farmers believe there is a gap between what is offered in the ag data market and what is needed in the rows.
Toy land is a real place. Max Williams, the Willy Wonka of John Deere toys, is a farm boy eight decades removed from the addiction of his first cast iron tractor, and wonderfully obsessed.