Ukranian farmer shares perspective on farming during war

· July 7, 2022

The Texas Farm Bureau Summer Conference hosted a live video session with Ukranian farmer Kornelis or Kase Huizinga. Huizinga has been farming in Ukraine for 20 years where he grows carrots, wheat, barley, canola, sugar beat, corn, sunflowers, navy beans, and raises dairy. He is a part of the Global Farmer Network.

Ag on Instagram: The best farm photos from Nov. 19

· November 19, 2018

We bring you some of the best farm photos on Instagram for Nov. 19. Want to get listed in this daily feature? Be sure to hashtag your pics with #agdaily. View this post on Instagram Well Hello Pretty Ladies! • • • #ranchlife #circlelranch #itsagreatday #lovinglife #ladies #cattletales #knowyourbeef A post shared by Naomi Loomis […]


AgJunction brings hands-free farming to small farms

· August 14, 2018

Small farming operations will soon be getting a hand in precision agriculture productivity thanks to a new product from AgJunction. This week the autosteering company unveiled Wheelman, a new way for farmers to automatically and accurately steer farm equipment at a price that pays back in just one season for farmers working as few as […]

Researchers discover before farming, we were baking bread

· July 17, 2018

Our ancestors were apparently breaking bread long before they started farming. At a recent archaeological dig in northeastern Jordan, researchers believe they have discovered the world’s oldest bread. And the charred remains of the flatbread baked by hunter-gatherers 14,400 years ago predates the advent of agriculture by at least 4,000 years. The findings suggest that […]

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