Features

Lost In His Work

A Nebraska producer continues to adapt his crops and methods to his land and markets, and in the process is reminded how much he still loves farming.

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Something Eggstra

A Manitoba egg farmer transitioned his flock to new, larger housing more than 20 years before new laws take effect.

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Rural Infrastructure: A Creaky Skeleton (U.S. Version)

The basic infrastructure in farm communities is aging, sometimes even crumbling. Is private funding the answer?

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Rural Infrastructure: A Creaky Skeleton (Canadian Version)

The basic infrastructure in farm communities is aging, sometimes even crumbling. Is private funding the answer?

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Cuba: Now and Its Future

As relations warm between Cuba and the U.S., Cuban organic agriculture continues to evolve, for a few surprising reasons.

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Stover Makeover

A unique new processing plant in York, Neb., turns crop residue into cash for farmers and pellets for cattle feeders. Some ag insiders say it may just revolutionize the industry.

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Jungle to Farm

In a region with a famous past, the Berry family looks to sustain a long future.

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