Joel Reichenberger

Progressive Farmer Senior Editor
Joel Reichenberger

Joel Reichenberger has been hired as Senior Editor for The Progressive Farmer. Joel will oversee the photography of the magazine as well as reporting on precision agriculture, soil health and other topics.

He grew up on a wheat farm in south central Kansas and graduated from Kansas State University, majoring in print journalism, electronic journalism and history. Joel has reported on agriculture from around the world working as a freelancer, and for the last 15 years has been a full-time sportswriter and photographer for several newspapers. He lives in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, with his wife, Jacki, and daughter, Lydia.

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  • Walkabout Mother Bins stretch 58 feet end to end, are 13 feet 9 inches wide and nearly 13 feet tall. (DTN/Progressive Farmer photo by Joel Reichenberger)

    Mother Bin Keeps Combines Rolling

    Walkabout Mother Bins is producing 4,000-bushel in-field grain storage bins, hoping to give combines a chance to continue rolling during harvest when trucks get backed up.

  • Even Travis Snowden admits that from the outside looking in it may seem crazy to ranch at 9,000 feet. There are advantages, though, including abundant water, deep family roots and epic views. (DTN/Progressive Farmer photo by Joel Reichenberger)

    Ranch Roots Run Deep in Rocky Mountains

    Travis and Sarajane Snowden fight heavy snowfall, high land prices and a short growing season to try to realize their ranching dreams.