Robert Saunders may have accepted the award for Southeastern Farmer of the Year, but he is quick to share it with the family and team around him, and offer a few keys to their prize-winning success.
The Lanie family makes a sweet crop out of the muddy mess that is sugar cane work. Their Massey Ferguson tractors help them do it dependably and efficiently.
Where does alfalfa seed come from? A small number of growers produce the tiny, finicky seed crop with patience and precision.
The origin story of LM Hancock Farms proves that experience—not timing—is everything.
State troopers are called upon to handle “just about anything,” says Chris Shrader, so having a farm to come home to is relief from a tough job.
This horse boarder and hay grower has some unique urban farming challenges, but experience and equipment help him get the job done.
This row-crop producer clawed his way into agriculture by farming tracts others deemed too small.
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