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  • Wire Unroller (Ray E. Watkins Jr.)

    Handy Devices

    Easy-to-build ideas make your work easier. Readers send in helpful solutions to farm and ranch problems.

  • (Joseph L. Murphy)

    Growth and Profit Potential in Carbon Sequestration

    Carefully review requirements before enrolling in a carbon program.

  • Deaver (left) and James Traywick plant cover crops on a variety of row crops, gaining the benefits of increased moisture infiltration, microbial activity and weed suppression, which could store them carbon credits. (Des Keller)

    Farmers Venture Into the Carbon-Sequestration Market

    In the still-evolving carbon-sequestration market, corporations are willing to pay farmers to implement practices, like cover crops and no-till, while fine-tuning nutrient management.

  • Nutrien Ag Solutions Crop Consultant Jordan Elmore (left) advised Chase Harris to modify various production practices to enhance yields and economic returns on his North Carolina farm. (Provided by Nutrien)

    Dyna-Gro Seed: Consistent Performance

    Production programs drive larger profits across the entire farm.

  • Bottom-Heavy Calf Feeder (Ray E. Watkins Jr.)

    Handy Devices

    Easy-to-build ideas make your work easier. Readers send in helpful solutions to farm and ranch problems.

  • The Bohling family signed up for the Nebraska Extension's Weather Ready Farms pilot program to find ways to produce more with fewer resources. (Joel Reichenberger)

    Farmers Participate in Sustainability Pilot Program

    This program helps growers enhance sustainability and safety efforts on their operations now and for future generations.

  • (eclipse_images, Getty Images)

    Climate Smart Ag

    Farmers use different terms but share similar motives for making their operations more resilient to extreme weather conditions.