Trident Processes has been selected as the nutrient recovery technology provider for a new Farm Powered® anaerobic digestion facility in Salisbury, VT

The Wisconsin Custom Operators, Inc. (WCO) recently awarded two scholarships to students pursuing further education

Howard AV Roth, a fifth-generation hog farmer from Wauzeka, Wis., was elected on Friday as president of the National Pork Producers Council (NPPC) at its National Pork Industry Forum held here

Lystek is excited to announce that it has reached Agreements with two Bay Area wastewater agencies to manage a portion of their annual production of biosolids

KUHN is excited to announce new software for the CCI 1200 ISOBUS touchscreen display. This display is compatible with AEF-certified ISOBUS tractors and implements. The new KUHN CCI.OS 2.0 softwa

New Holland announced the launch of the TH7.42 Elite large-frame telehandler, manufactured for agricultural operations and marking the first in a new series of telehandlers from the global equipment leader

For farmers, local geography and climate determine the limiting nutrient for manure application

Manure is an excellent source of valuable nutrients. However, it is susceptible to nutrient loss and impacts to water quality when applied long before a crop is present to take up the nutrients

Farmers and ranchers in California know that their Golden State is more than palm trees and beaches. It is the largest dairy producing state in the nation

Crop production in Northern regions is characterized by short growing seasons and seasonally high runoff potential

“We applaud the Farm Bureau for joining us in supporting a farmer’s ability to repair their equipment,” said Dennis Slater, president of AEM

Growing environmental concerns from neighbors and consumers have increased the importance of reducing odors from manure storage on pig farms

Manure was used in a protest outside of a United Nations’ (UN) Climate Change Conference in Madrid, Spain

Acommon reaction to the word “isotopes” is that they are nasty fallout from atomic bombs. This article explains how isotopes (even some related to atomic-bomb fallout) have helped to change

A long-term study of the impacts of continued poultry manure application on soil health and nutrients, water quality, and crop yield response with economic analysis was completed in the fall of 2017

At a young age, Rob Stout discovered his passion for animals and decided to become a farmer. Early in his career, he also became passionate about protecting the land for himself and for generations to

As I sit in my office amid piles of work I need to catch up on from the long, extended manure hauling season, I have flashbacks to the “exciting” fall we all had . . . broken safeties on rippers

One only has to spend a few minutes with dairyman Lee Jensen to realize that his mind is always moving

CALIFORNIA Basin prioritization is a technical process that uses the best available data and information to classify California’s 515 groundwater basins into one of four priority categories: hi

The manure application challenges of previous generations were certainly different than the challenges of today. We now have equipment that can haul manure for more miles and under varying conditions