While Bt is acceptable for certified organic crops, it was hotly criticized when transgenic crops were introduced that produced their own Bt proteins.
Articles by Ryan Kuster, How Farms Work
Beginning in January of this year, the FDA began to strictly regulate the use of medically important for human-use antibiotics.
Ryan Kuster of How Farms Works explains an often-debated subject: removing the horns of cattle.
Will the United States’ withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) have a negative and lasting effect on U.S. farmers?
As a farmer, if you maintain proper records, How Farms Work shows you that taxes don’t have to be as scary as they could be this tax season.
While there are many different “rules” of farming, we all have our favorites. Ryan Kuster outlines five of his favorites for those new to the farm life.
For many years, the number of farms in the U.S. has been in a steady decline — the number has fallen to 2 million today from 6.8 million in 1935.
With the advent of UAVs, farmers can now utilize drones to perform tasks such as aerial mapping of fields, monitoring crop health to identify problem areas, and with the help of an infrared camera, monitor photosynthesis across a field.
If you’re looking to introduce a partner to farm life, Ryan Kuster has laid out a few tips that may help you warm them up to the idea.