Right now it’s doubly dangerous for farmers moving equipment on Virginia’s roadways. That’s because some farmers are busy harvesting corn, while others are applying crop protectants on their soybean fields.
It’s prime blackberry season in Virginia, and growers are weathering recent hot temperatures with a cautious eye on this season’s yield.
With more than enough moisture this spring and just enough sunny days, it looks like the 2019 sweet corn crop is off to a good start.
Summer’s deadliest days on the highways have arrived—and it is particularly concerning for teen drivers.
The number of dairy farms in Virginia continues to rapidly decline. But some remaining farmers are finding ways to either lower costs or increase their dairy cows’ production.