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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  • Mahindra rereleased its Roxor side-by-side in November despite the serious complications in the market. It addressed some of those concerns by limiting colors and models, hoping to increase production efficiency. (DTN/Progressive Farmer photo by Joel Reichenberger)

    Why Now for Mahindra Roxor Rerelease

    Ag equipment manufacturing is in the middle of never-before-seen crises. So why did Mahindra choose now to release its updated Roxor?

  • A trio of Mahindra Roxor side-by-side vehicles make their way down a rocky trail near Ribera, New Mexico. (DTN photo by Joel Reichenberger)

    Mahindra's New-Again Roxor Rolls Out

    Mahindra has reintroduced its Roxor side-by-side UTV after withdrawing a previous version from the market. The new vehicle has the same underpinnings, but a different look on the outside and a...

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    Parts Shortage Options

    Proper preparation and knowing where to look for replacement components could help in a pinch.

  • Meticulous, curious and aggressive, David Hula aims to top his record yields by improving as a farmer every year. (Joel Reichenberger)

    Corn Yield King Aims for Better

    Corn King battles for better, not a number.

  • David Hula harvests corn in a field near his Virginia headquarters. Hula set the world record at 616 bushels per acre in 2019, and with his try-anything-twice attitude, he's intent on being even better. (DTN photo by Joel Reichenberger)

    Corn King Hula Aims To Go Higher

    David Hula's 616-bushel-per-acre corn raised the bar in 2019, on land that has been farmed since the early 1600s, but he is determined to keep becoming an even better farmer with each passing year.