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Six years ago, 461 Dean Street — then and now the nation’s tallest modular apartment building at 32 stories — opened its doors on Flatbush Avenue in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn. The 363-unit tower had been p
LITTLE ROCK — Use of fire in harvested fields in Arkansas is one of several tools farmers can use in managing residue from rice and other crops to prepare for the next season, said Jarrod Hardke, extension rice agronomist for the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture.
Large farming operations differ from small farms in more than just acres. There is a whole different mindset and set of management requirements.
The average farm size has increased substantially over the past century while the number of farms has shrunk. Still, there are more than 70,000
And you thought used cars were expensive these days.
A rare farm tractor has been auctioned for $420,000.
The 1917 Willmar Little Oak had been a part of the George and June Schaaf Tractor and Truck Museum collection.
The Frankfort, Illinois, attraction closed this year after
"It's a hugely rewarding career, but a hugely challenging career." Peter and Paula Hynes, who founded Ag Mental Health Week, on their farm in Aherla, Co Cork.
Farmers will be going the mile for mental wellbeing this month.
In its third year, Ag Mental Health Week is taking place fr
This week's column is going to be a little different. Today, I'm talking about Stew Paquette and his legendary collection of all things IH in Florida.
As some of you know, Stew passed away about six months ago, and the collection is about to cross the virtual auction block in a seri
Oct. 8—Since the 1990s, an October trip to the grounds of the Peinhardt Living History Farm has marked the area's first true taste of autumn for local families. COVID-19 put a crimp in that tradition over the past two years as the annual Peinhardt Farm Day was temporarily canceled, but t
“At the time, there were so many advantages of ridge till, there's probably a lot of young people today that don't even realize what we're talking about. But the idea of having an elevated ridge where the corn would be planted the next year, typically 30-inch row spacing, all the tires had t
Listen to the audio version of this podcast.
Randall Reeder and Frank Lessiter discuss ridge-tilling on this week’s episode of the “No-Till Influencers and Innovators” podcast.
Once the primary form of conservation agriculture throughout Iowa, ridge-tilling involved building
Clear skies. Low near 50F. Winds W at 5 to 10 mph..
Clear skies. Low near 50F. Winds W at 5 to 10 mph.
A horned lizard in Sand Canyon.
A baby horned lizard is an adorable miniature version of its parents.
Horned lizards may appear in a