Grass Is the Moneymaker
Sixteen years ago, the Ebel Grasslands Ranch was a 680-acre worn-out brush patch, abandoned in the 1950s by six families that gave up cotton farming on the gray loam fields near Sulphur Bluff, in northeast Texas.
Recent Farmland Sales for September
After stop-and-go attempts to plant corn on his west-central Ohio farm, Caleb Wilson called it quits on June 8.
The trend toward increased power and additional accessory options is growing with each passing year model of off-road vehicles, as farmers and rural landowners discover the potential for these workhorses.
This Midge Means Business
Like many in agriculture, Justin McMechan hopes 2019 was an outlier -- a freak season that won't be repeated anytime soon.
During the corn bull market of the early 2010s, Coahoma County, Mississippi, farmer Pete Hunter pulled out all the stops to make sure his crop got everything it needed.
Cover the Calendar
Cover-croppers face a chicken-egg conundrum of decisions.