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It’s still important for the livestock industry to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, expert Frank Mitloehner said, but his research, which is gaining acceptance among climate and environmental experts, shows that livestock production is not the environmental culprit it has been made out to be.

There is an ongoing conversation in consumer spaces about beef’s contribution to climate change. In many circles, beef is being painted as a v…

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As dairy margins continue to squeeze, farmers already practice new and more efficient ways to produce milk, California dairyman Steve Maddox said, noting those efforts mean dairy farmers now using a tenth of the land they used to use to produce a gallon of milk.

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As dairy margins continue to squeeze, farmers already practice new and more efficient ways to produce milk, California dairyman Steve Maddox said, noting those efforts mean dairy farmers now using a tenth of the land they used to use to produce a gallon of milk.

The South Dakota Soil Health Coalition and soil health experts offer guidance on choosing cover crops for next season. 

In an ongoing effort to discover the ideal conditions for growing alternative biofuels, University of Minnesota scientists applied their resea…

Across the nation, farmers, ranchers, and rural communities are finding that a key component to building a brighter future for rural America l…

A new study concludes the best way to boost soil water content and soil health without irrigating is to cover the soil with a layer of straw.

An Arkansas farm that’s growing soybeans, corn and rice could become the most scientifically advanced farm in the world. Soil samples are proc…

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