At home on the range; bison excel in Illinois
David Ruhter, Newman, worked at zoos more than 20 years before he and his wife, Kathleen, decided to start their own livestock operation.
Weekend sun restarts harvest efforts
Illinois farmers made some progress last week, as fields began to dry out.
Relief at the pump: Fuel price decline could continue
Weary consumers, truckers and farmers who experienced sticker shock at fuel pumps in recent years finally received some relief the past few months.
Informa sees record soybean acres next year
Farmers are expected to cut corn acres and switch to soybeans next spring.
Pork, broiler supplies forecast to rebound next year
Tight meat supplies and high prices at the grocery store could ease a bit next year.
Good and bad news for farmers in lower oil prices
AFBF's top economist says there's good and bad news for producers in the recent plunge in crude oil prices. We have an audio report from RFD Radio's Matt Kaye.
Tablet-friendly farm games available
All 19 "My American Farm" games offered by the American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture can now be played online using any type of tablet, including all versions of Apple iPad.
FarmWeek for October 13
Here is your October 13 edition of FarmWeek via Issuu.com.