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Betting Big on Precision Ag

It's hard to believe, but seed planting hasn't changed much in the last century. But... (more)

Erin Biba
March 3, 2014
Destroyed by Fertilizer, A Tiny Island Tries to Replant

Phosphate mining for fertilizer gave the tiny nation of Nauru the highest GDP per capita... (more)

Julia LoFaso
March 3, 2014
8 Hot Farm Tech Start-Ups

As Silicon Valley turns its eyes towards ag, eight companies that are using tech in... (more)

Sam Brasch
February 27, 2014
Chilling Milk Directly From the Cow for India’s Dairy Farmers

India is the world's largest milk producer -- but much of that milk doesn't make... (more)

Lina Zeldovich
February 26, 2014
Is Wall Street Eyeing America’s Farmland?

A new report says that Wall St. investors could take a chomp out of American... (more)

Sam Brasch
February 24, 2014
Vanilla Ice: Amish Farmer?

When "Vanilla Ice Goes Amish” pops up in the listings, even the most jaded viewer... (more)

Andy Wright
February 21, 2014
South Carolina Could Go All in for Alligator Farming

Residents of the state can already hunt alligators and buy alligator meat, but there is... (more)

Sam Brasch
February 21, 2014
5 Things You Need to Know From the New Farm Census

The farm census, only released every five years, is reams and reams of data about... (more)

Andrew Jenner
February 20, 2014
Bonnets, Drones and Tri-Tip: 6 Scenes from the World Ag Expo

Scenes from the World Ag Expo, where over 100,000 people from 70 countries explore the... (more)

Ezra Romero
February 18, 2014