Telling Agriculture's Sustainability Story

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Every day and every season, farmers and ranchers are looking for ways to do better and help fulfill their mission to produce our nation’s food, fiber and fuel.

Cover Crops Play a Starring Role in Climate Change Mitigation


Cover crops offer agricultural producers a natural and inexpensive climate solution through their ability to capture atmospheric carbon dioxide into soils.

American Farm Bureau Establishes 2022 Policies


Delegates to the American Farm Bureau Federation’s 103rd Convention adopted policies to guide the organization’s work in 2022. Key topics ranged from milk pricing and beef market transparency to urban agriculture.

Transystems Expands Partnership with Western Sugar


Come September 2022, Fort Morgan, Colorado, and Scottsbluff, Nebraska, residents will be seeing a lot more green as Transystems begins hauling sugarbeets for Western Sugar Cooperative in the area.

New Product: John Deer Operations Center with Razor Tracking

New Products, News

John Deere customers now have the ability to see their support vehicles and non-powered equipment alongside JDLink-enabled equipment in Operations Center by integrating Razor Tracking devices.

Beet Growers Continue to Deliver for Consumers


The 2021 crop was great and harvest went a lot smoother when compared to recent weather related challenges.

University Research Important for Sugarbeet Growers


Last week, the Montana and Wyoming Malt Barley and Sugarbeet Symposium was held in Billings, Montana.

Beyond Reproach

Below the Surface

Loyalty doesn’t have to be blind to be true.

Reinke Invests to Improve Production, Supply Chain

New Products, News

Purchase of two fiberoptic laser units will speed production of precision irrigation parts

Inflation, Rising Input Costs Impact Northwest Agriculture


Northwest Farm Credit Services, the Northwest’s leading agricultural lending cooperative, has released its quarterly Market Snapshot reports covering the state of major agricultural commodities in the region.

Idaho Beet Grower Organization Expands, Changes Name


The Idaho Sugarbeet Growers Association announces that a recent expansion of membership has resulted in a new name: Snake River Sugarbeet Growers Association.

PERC Announces Incentive Program for Producers Affected by Tornados, Wildfires


Producers affected by these recent natural disasters are eligible for up to $10,000 toward propane-powered equipment through the Propane Education & Research Council’s incentive program.

John Deere Reveals Fully Autonomous Tractor

Feature, New Products

The machine combines Deere's 8R tractor, TruSet-enabled chisel plow, GPS guidance system, and new advanced technologies. The autonomous tractor will be available to farmers later this year.

NDSU Schedules Sugarbeet Grower Seminars

Feature, News

Sugarbeet growers will have an opportunity to learn more about diseases, weeds and insect pests during seminars North Dakota State University Extension is holding Feb. 1, 3, 15 and 17.

NRCS Idaho Releases Jan. Water Supply Outlook Report


The Natural Resources Conservation Service in Idaho has released the January Water Supply Outlook Report, the first for the 2022 water year.