Despite a ruined corn crop, Fort Gibson will host its annual Sweet Corn Festival.
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Soybeans may not seem all that useful in a war. Nonetheless they’ve become China’s most important weapon in its ever-worsening trade conflict with the U.S.
The Adams family were share croppers and farmers before Uncle Sam drafted the oldest son for the Korean War, and subsequently had all five serve the nation at some time in their lives. The eldest son, James H., was the only one to make the ultimate sacrifice, dying in battle in 1951.
A bill limiting how much land the Wildlife Conservation Commission can purchase is awaiting a vote by the full Senate. State Sen. Casey Murdock, R-Felt, is the principal author of the measure, which would prevent the Commission from buying more land than they sell each year.
Farm Service Agency (FSA) offices will reopen temporarily in the coming days to perform certain limited services for farmers and ranchers, according to U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue.
Ed Moody puts his heart into carving giant pumpkins brought home from a fall festival in northern Michigan.
Rick Siemer has seen the recent data showing the fewest number of planted wheat acres in our nation’s history. On top of that, this year’s harvest was the lowest since 2002. But Siemer and other producers see some hope for soft red winter wheat in Illinois.
BLYTHEVILLE, Ark. - Clay Mayes slams on the brakes of his Chevy Silverado and jumps out with the engine running, yelling at a dogwood by the side of the dirt road as if it said something insulting.