Agri View: UAV Popularity

Dan Agri View

Everett Griner talks about the unmanned aerial vehicle, or UAV, gaining popularity in agriculture in today’s Agri View. UAV Popularity You know, I try to keep up with technology that has anything to do with agriculture. For the past couple of years UAV’s, or unmanned aerial vehicles, commonly called drones, have found their place in agriculture. It is still growing …


Agri View: Bad Weather Year

Dan Agri View, Weather

Everett Griner talks about the terrible weather for agriculture this year in today’s Agri View. Bad Weather Year Millions of Americans will be glad when this year is over. The weather has been one of the worst years that most people can remember — not just farmers, everybody. Drought and stifling heat in the West. Floods in the Northeast. And …


Agri View: Feeding the Hungry

Dan Agri View

Everett Griner talks about the difficulty of feeding the hungry in America in today’s Agri View. Feeding the Hungry It has nothing to do with growing it or producing it. It is getting harder to feed people right here at home. Every town, every city, every community, all have programs to try to get food to those that do not …


Agri View: Grape Production and Consumption

Dan Agri View, Fruits, Specialty Crops

Everett Griner talks about grape production for consumption in today’s Agri View. Grape Production and Consumption Most people consider the annual grape crop to be produced for wine making. If you are talking about California grapes, that is almost correct. The grape industry is changing. In the first place, California is not the only place where grapes are grown. It …


Agri View: Overhauling Livestock Hauling

Dan Agri View, Cattle, Livestock

Everett Griner talks about laws changing for the over-the-road livestock hauler in today’s Agri View. Overhauling Livestock Hauling It will be very difficult to produce livestock without trucks to haul it. Not many people, besides the truckers themselves and the farmers, realize the tough laws that truckers have to live with. They cannot move a load more than 11 hours …