This article was written by Brent Jones, Sales and Iowa Research Farm Manager Grassland Oregon, and is republished with permission as part of AGDAILY’s focus on cover crops. As row crop and hay producers throughout the country navigate the recovery process from this spring and summer’s excessive flooding, attention is needed for what is happening below […]
It’s no secret that there is a crisis in the Midwest, mainly focused in Nebraska, South Dakota, and Wisconsin. Here’s how to help.
A federal judge in Washington, D.C. ruled today that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers bears responsibility for causing recurrent flooding and damaging farms and property in four Midwest states along the Missouri River: Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska, and Kansas. The ruling states that the government must compensate farmers, landowners, and business owners for the flood […]
Aaron Hackmann was happy to see the sun shining from his new ‘lakeside property in Chamois, Missouri after a week of heavy rain and historic flooding.
This past spring was one of the wettest on record for many of us in the agriculture community. Reports of flash flooding came streaming in when Texas received over 19 inches in 24 hours — a new record for Brenham, Texas, according to The Weather Channel. From Texas to Missouri, flooding reached new heights. Many of […]