A multidisciplinary team from Cornell University created a new kind of soil assessment‚Äîwith early funding from multiple SARE grants as well as other sources‚Äîand why interest in it is steadily growing, not ju
In a conversation with a writer this week I was asked a variety of questions about this falls markets and the opening of new slaughter plants next summer. I've also had conversations this week with equipment suppl
The Agricultural Data Coalition (ADC) announced the formation of a farmer advisory board to assist the coalition in accomplishing its core principle of farmers being in control of the data collected on their operations
Pork producers are becoming increasingly tech-savvy, and it's interesting to see how equipment, record-keeping tools, environmental controls and other devices have changed over time. Producers use computers to run
Iowa State University researchers are seeking feedback from Iowa farmers willing to test an early online version of a tool to better understand the costs of implementing nutrient management and soil conservation practic
The dollar and convenience store trend may be a downer for fresh produce consumption. That is at least one takeaway from a new report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture Economic Research Service that looks at where
Produce Retailer editor Pamela Riemenschneider and staff writer Ashley Nickle discuss the revamped meal kits from Chef'd and other products now in stores -- and the all-important question of where to merchandise them.