Farm Heritage Series: Steward Farms, Inc. "It started with a dream and a letter"

13 June 2017

Nothing was more fun for Josh Steward growing up than when he went to work with his dad on the farm and rode on the tractors and combines...

Farm Succession: The Decision to Get out of Farming

26 April 2017

It’s a question most farmers dread – what do you do when you can farm no longer? All of the blood, sweat, and tears that was put into the...

Farm Heritage Series: Bryant Agriculture "From One Generation to Three"

14 April 2017

Family values are what Bryant Agriculture Enterprise takes pride in most with continuing the family farm tradition from generation to gen...

Brazilian Meat Scandal: Is our Beef Safe?

4 April 2017

At the beginning of March, an investigation was under way in Brazil that resulted in Brazil’s federal police charging 21 meatpacking plan...

Is Land Conversion Hurting Ag?

24 March 2017

According to the USDA’s 2013 Farm and Ranch Irrigation Data survey, there were 229,237 farms with 55.3 million irrigated acres in the U.S...

Wildfires Devastate the West

16 March 2017

High temperatures and low humidity have set the stage for catastrophic fires in the West. As a result of high winds blowing from every di...

Is President Trump Trampling Trade?

9 March 2017

First it was the removal of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and now President Trump wants to renegotiate or withdraw the North Americ...

Farm Heritage Series: Megan Brown

1 March 2017

Farm heritage is one of the things that keep the Ag industry alive and growing economically. Big Ag is shedding light on farm heritage i...

Endorsements are Pouring in for Sonny Perdue

10 February 2017

As the aftermath of President Trump’s executive order to remove the U.S. from the TPP sinks in for the Ag industry, many prominent organi...

Managing Risk on Your Operation

2 February 2017

When running a farm operation, it’s important to make sure that your operation is prepared for whatever comes your way. Is the operation...

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