Check out listener photos showing what water is already running.
Animals see stress-related illnesses and hard time conceiving.
USDA Chief Economist says there's no signs of purchases shifting.
Farmers want protection from drop in currency and Russian tension.
Maternal intake of wheat and milk helps a child's allergen tolerance.
Shaun Quissell succeeds Wayne Carlson at the post.
While on the move, 2014 prices are low compared to recent history.
Loss of known genetics is a big issue for South Dakota ranchers.
Restrictions are placed on such changes in the new farm bill.
Study shows new herds could be formed without risk to livestock.
60% of U.S. ag products move through the river system.
Beef demand is growing although pork intake is 10 times higher.
So far grain companies say there's been no significant Ukraine impact.
Travis Brown, Sand Springs, talks about two-year course.
Time is thankfully on our side when it comes to the Farm Bill.
Planting is on time despite political uncertainty.
The largest payday in rodeo history with $2 million at stake!
Moccasin, Montana farmer steps down from NAWG presidency.
John Snyder of Worland, Wyo. is the new ASGA president.
Nominations are open thru March 31, 2014.
Wes Plummer from Kalispell, Mont. is on the trip to the Middle East.
Get a glimpse of the Bayer Ag Issues Forum & Commodity Classic.
New USDA numbers show how much food is lost to waste.
Greenpeace stands against crop providing needed vitamin A.
SmartVet's "VetGun" helps control horn flies and lice.
Combine headers, soil fertility, and pests will be discussed.
Julie Borlaug addresses the Bayer CropScience Ag Issues Forum.
In their latest podcast, the railway addresses delays.
The state's cattle industry has been hit hard by drought.
Urges science-based approach to management of rangelands.