Especially for a first-time attendee, the National Farm Machinery Show, which eats up 1.2 million square feet in Louisville, KY, can be a bit overwhelming.
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In partnership with American Farmland Trust, AGDAILY has hired California native and plant-science researcher Liza Thuy Nguyen as its 2023 Diversity In Agriculture intern.
Syngenta’s Tendovo, available in spring 2023, redefines preemergence weed control and delivers increased flexibility and yield potential for soybean producers.
A plan to redirect Jack Daniel’s distiller’s spent grains used as feed into an energy startup could have a major impact on this community’s cattle production.
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Few things are more intimate to our individual selves and to our societal framework as is food. The system in America is a complicated tangle of producers, distributors, retailers, and other stakeholders whose voices carry varying degrees of volume and authority in the conversation around what we grow and consume. I would not relish being […]
North Carolina-based KIOTI has poured years of energy into cause marketing campaigns, supporting veteran- and women farmers and responding to the community.
Diagnosed with an arteriovenous malformation both inside and on her spinal cord, the now-27-year-old Karen Fitch woke up suddenly paralyzed in November 2019.
Chico State’s Saul Reyes has been hired as an intern to focus on diversity in agriculture, created by an AGDAILY and American Farmland Trust partnership.
The modern food technology that Soylent is employing shows that much can be done beyond GMOs for food companies to be profitable as well as sustainable.