Land Management

Kings of the Hills: Baling Wheat Residue in the Palouse

Through careful stewardship and adaptation to changing times, producers in the Palouse region have not only sustained their operations, but also found new markets.

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12 Steps for Building a Bridge

Build this simple structure and cross that ditch or swale with ease.

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Scape & Scrape: Working In Extreme Weather

Brian Fuller, who plows snow in the winter and landscapes in warmer months, loves hands-on labor, living on the farm and his prospects for future growth.

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Building Farm Infrastructure Using the Internet

One rural area takes matters in its own hands to develop high-speed internet service.

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Percentage of immigrants in farm labor in U.S. and Canada (chart)

Immigrants on the Farm in U.S. and Canada (Infographic)

Compare the percentage of immigrants that make up the labor force in Canada and the U.S,
and find out more about immigration and agriculture.

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Land price chart shows increase throughout the years

Land Prices Increase Throughout The Years (Infographic)

The high price of farmland is one of the biggest obstacles facing young producers. Increases in average cost of land are illustrated here.

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A Visit With Southeastern Farmer of the Year Danny Kornegay

How diversification, and smart expansion, helped one farm family navigate the ups and downs of a volatile market.

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Lessons Learned: Farmer of the Year Danny Kornegay

The 2015 Southeastern Farmer of the Year explains why starting a farm today would be harder than back when and why trying to predict the future is just plain “hard.”

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Build a Root Cellar on Your Farm

Try this time-tested method for storing your bounty of fruits and vegetables.

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Saving the Ogallala: A Sinking Feeling

If depletion of the Ogallala Aquifer continues at the current rate, the impact will be felt far beyond the High Plains and its farming communities.

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