Global Indoor Farming Technology Industry to 2027

Indoor farming can be a manner of developing flora and plants solely indoors. He frequently makes use of hydroponics and synthetic lighting fixtures to better manage developing conditions, Provide Flora with the proper vitamins and light levels it needs to improve. a variety of flora can be grown indoors, even though the most not unusualplace … Read more

Farming Simulator 22 and Volvo team up for in-game partnership

Over the years, Giant Software’s Farming Simulator series has received a lot of accolades. As the group continues to grow in size and complexity, Giants has been able to collaborate with an increasing number of official brands around the world. Now another licensee will soon be using their hardware for the first time in Farming … Read more

Spongy Moth Issues in Christmas Tree Production: What You Need to Know to Sell Your Trees

Spongy moth infestations in Christmas trees aren’t just a minor inconvenience; they can make your trees unsaleable, leading to lost revenue and damaged reputation. While these insects are typically more of an issue during the summer months, they also appear during Christmas tree harvesting season, because they don’t care about when it’s time to harvest … Read more

Conditions in Missouri Continue to Favor Drought

A recent update on the status of drought conditions in Missouri says that despite some mid-March rain showers, conditions across the state continue to favor drought development. The report, issued by the U.S. Drought Monitor, says that all but two counties in Missouri remain in drought—a condition described as extreme or exceptional—and that the state … Read more

Merck Animal Health’s New BRD Antibiotic Could Help Combat the Growing Threat of Antibiotic Resistance

Antibiotic resistance has been on the rise over the past decade, particularly in relation to bacterial infections affecting cattle (bovine respiratory disease, or BRD) and swine (porcine respiratory disease). According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, antibiotic-resistant bacteria can be passed from animals to humans, causing infections that are difficult to treat. … Read more

Kansas Farmer Hopes for Enough Rain to Grow Weeds

In the middle of what would normally be an ideal growing season, Kansas farmer Caleb Callister still finds himself worried about his drought-stricken farm and the potential for failed crops. It’s been dry here since mid-April, said Callister in an interview with the Kansas City Star newspaper on June 15th, 2015. It rained yesterday, but … Read more

A Bright Future: Verdesian and 3Bar Biologics Join Forces

In an effort to bring new and improved medicines to the healthcare industry, two innovative companies, Verdesian and 3Bar Biologics, have joined forces to create the next generation of therapeutics. Their partnership will result in products that are more effective, more affordable, and more accessible than ever before. It’s a win-win situation for everyone involved. … Read more

Why Tractor and Combine Sales are Dipping Below the Five-Year Average

Tractor and combine sales are starting to dip below the five-year average, according to data from the Agriculture Marketing Resource Center (AMRC). What does this mean for farmers and farmers in training? How can these individuals adapt to the changing market? This article will answer those questions and more! Expected Reasons For many years, farmers … Read more

Could Free-Range Farming Lead to More Animal-Borne Pandemics?

Farmers across the United States are adopting free-range farming methods, which allow their livestock to roam freely on open pastures, as opposed to traditional factory farming practices that keep the animals contained in cramped spaces. While some consumers view free-range methods as more humane and healthier, a new study warns that allowing animals to roam … Read more