When in Drought, You Have to Wait it Out

We all know that the impact of extended drought conditions across the country can last far longer than the drought itself. Unfortunately, the only thing you can do when experiencing drought conditions is to wait it out. We also recommend checking...

Looking Ahead to Winter Weather Predictions

After an active Atlantic hurricane season, the NOAA is shifting its focus to winter forecasts and what’s expected for the majority of the United States between December 2018 and February 2019. Expectations for This Winter Growing Produce deta...

2018 Hurricane Season Predictions

  Every year between the months of June and November, tropical storms strengthen over the equator’s warm waters and the Atlantic braces for hurricane season. Storm surges, relentless rain, and brutal winds batter the coastline leaving ...

Saved by the Shade

  Studies have shown that covering cows with shade fabric during the hottest months of the year can lead to happier animals and an increase in milk production. Read through our infographic below to learn more about how livestock benefits from...

Monitoring and Coping with Drought

When drought occurs, the ramifications can be felt long after the rain finally falls again. We encourage you to use the United States Drought Monitor (USDM) as a resource to view drought trends across the country and how they may impact your ar...

Down came the rain and washed the soil out

One aspect of climate change not often discussed is its effect on precipitation. The higher sustained temperatures caused by climate change lead to a warmer atmosphere and more water evaporation. All the excess water in the atmosphere leads to hi...

Hurricane Recovery for Farmers

This hurricane season has proven to be very active and damaging, and it's not over. Challenges presented by hurricanes come in many different forms, including protecting greenhouses, knowing and using safety rules for clean-up, salvaging crops, h...