Rural America will be feeling the strain of fuel costs as diesel and heating oil costs rise in tandem.
It is National Farm Safety and Health Week—a time dedicated to recognizing the critical importance of safety on the farm. The National Education Center for Ag Safety (NECAS) usually hosts this week-long event during mid-September so farmers are reminded to prioritize their safety during the harvest season.
From toy tractors to real farming machinery, this group of 4-Hers are learning the ropes of farming and tractor restoration, enthusiastically sharing their interests with their community in Smith County, Virginia.
According to a recent study by the Clean Fuels Alliance, the global trade for used cooking oil for bio-diesel production reached 4 billion gallons in 2022. The milestone marks a global shift toward sustainable, environmentally friendly fuel.
Republican lawmakers push back on EV mandate: “It sounds like they’re forcing the farmers out of the market”
Senator Joni Ernst is one of many Republican lawmakers fighting the Biden Administration’s Electric Vehicle mandate and advocating for consumer choice in the agricultural industry.
A 2022 survey conducted by Raven and Forward Group found that nearly two-thirds of the harvest corn operators surveyed are interested in automatic technology and just under half aim to adopt the technology over the next two years.
The Alabama Cooperative Extension System (ACES) shows us how spray drones are making a difference for farmers in the region as well as the overall advancements made in these types of machinery since hitting the market.
RFD-TV’s own Marlin Bohling attended the event and shared all about it this Wednesday on Market Day Report!
Future Farm – Today’s Innovations, Tomorrow’s Solutions.
The meeting of minds hoped to celebrate the latest agricultural technology and research with global impacts.
Richmond Brothers Equipment sells sugar beet harvesting parts, in-house tillage tools, and other Michigan-made equipment all over the United States.