A group of young agriculturalists are hashing out tough topics in monthly virtual meetings.
It’s that time of year when drivers should prepare for the added dangers of sharing Virginia’s roadways with deer.
Farmers of the future may have another crop health monitoring tool at their disposal—listening to how plants move.
Díaz Tompkins, a student at Southside Virginia Community College, earned first place in Virginia Farm Bureau Federation’s Collegiate Young Farmers Discussion Meet, held virtually Oct. 21.
Jacob Gilley of Orange County took top honors Oct. 21 in Virginia Farm Bureau Federation’s Young Farmers Discussion Meet, a virtual event this year.