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One Farmer’s Experience with Pay-for-Performance Conservation in the Lake Erie Watershed

By compensating farmers per pound of nutrient loss reduction, pay-for-performance conservation motivates farmers to find the most cost-effective ways to reduce nutrient losses for their specific fields.

Farmer Mental Health Highlighted in University of Nebraska Extension Workshop Series

By prioritizing mental health, the Nebraska Extension program aims to support the sustainability of U.S. farming operations, laying the foundation for a resilient ag industry for generations to come.

Q&A: Regenerative Ag Trends With Dirt To Dinner’s Lucy Stitzer

Walmart and Danone are among the companies announcing public commitments to help farmers transition to regenerative agriculture systems. Here’s what that means for producers, says Lucy Stitzer, Dirt to Dinner founder.

Farmers Must Prioritize Resilience as Climate Volatility Grows, Research Says

American Farmland Trust's Ann Sorensen shares steps she says producers—and the researchers who serve them—can take to proactively integrate conservation into their farms as severe weather risks increase.

Starter fertilizer applications in spring can help with seed crop emergence and early growth.
Three Conservation Ag Insights from Illinois Farmer Craig Swartz

By sharing his agronomic practices with fellow farmers, Swartz helps them identify practical, cost-effective ways they can enhance conservation stewardship on their respective operations.

Electric tractors currently available are a fit for small farm operations, vineyards, orchards, equestrian centers and greenhouses.
Electric Tractors Enter The Ag Marketplace

Solectrac recently unveiled two electric tractors, the eUtility and the Compact Electric Tractor.

Electric tractors currently available are a fit for small farm operations, vineyards, orchards, equestrian centers and greenhouses.
Electric Tractors Enter The Ag Marketplace

Solectrac recently unveiled two electric tractors, the eUtility and the Compact Electric Tractor.

With the new tool, Illinois farmers can predict how much nitrogen loss they might prevent using a cover crop such as cereal rye—and also assess field conditions to manage covers alongside cash crops such as corn and soybeans.
New Cover Crop Tool Assesses Field Impacts For Illinois Farmers

Illinois farmers can predict how much nitrogen loss they might prevent using a cover crop such as cereal rye—and also assess field conditions to manage covers alongside cash crops such as corn and soybeans.

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