Hungry bears hunting for food are destroying some Virginia farmers’ crops.
Virginia Pollinator Week emphasizes the vital role pollinators play in agriculture.
While grain producers in the Midwest struggle to plant this year’s corn and soybean crops, Virginia farmers are in good shape as summer approaches.
The announcement of an additional $16 billion in trade assistance aid for American farmers on May 23 was welcomed by Virginia Farm Bureau Federation members, but there are still some concerns.
About 20 grain buyers, mill representatives and Virginia Cooperative Extension staff inspected the quality of Virginia-grown wheat May 30 during an annual spring tour.