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Roy Roberson

James R. (Roy) Roberson began his career in agricultural communications as an assistant editor of agricultural research and teaching in Auburn University’s College of Agriculture and Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station. When he retired from Auburn University in 2004, he was head of...

in Farm Press Blog Feb 02, 2011

One hungry planet

Feeding the world's population will be a challenge globally for farmers, the alternative is one hungry planet....More

Elton Robinson

Elton joined Delta Farm Press in March 1993, and was named editor of the publication in July 1997. He writes about agriculture-related issues for cotton, corn, soybean, rice and wheat producers in west Tennessee, Arkansas, Mississippi, Louisiana and southeast Missouri. Elton worked as editor...

in Farm Press Blog Apr 17, 2013

A buyer’s market for urea?

Increased urea production capacity could soon lead to a buyer's market for nitrogen, according to a study by Rabobank....More

Glen Rutz

Glen Rutz, managing editor of Southeast Farm Press, grew up on a Missouri grain/livestock farm. After U.S. Army service in Vietnam, he joined Farm Press in 1972 and since that time has held numerous editorial positions with the company.

Ron Smith

Ron Smith has spent more than 30 years covering Sunbelt agriculture. Ron began his career in agricultural journalism as an Experiment Station and Extension editor at Clemson University, where he earned a Masters Degree in English in 1975. He served as associate editor for Southeast Farm Press...

in Farm Press Blog Sep 30, 2014

Missionary work offers unusual opportunities

The latest soapbox I climbed on was at the Denton Market last Saturday....More
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