Diane Karr

U.S. Soybean Farmer


Diane Karr is a sixth-generation farmer who raises row crops and beef cattle in Nebraska. She and her husband raise soybeans, corn and grain sorghum, which are mainly used for livestock feed, along with wheat.

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Conservation Tillage Improves Sustainability, Crop Performance

Diane Karr|Oct 18, 2017

Like any business owner or manager, we face a constant challenge of meeting the needs of today while building our farm for the future. When…

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Precision Agriculture: Finding the Right Recipe for Sustainable Farming

Diane Karr|Oct 4, 2017

  Raising four boys on the farm means a lot of groceries and a lot of hungry kids to feed. Just as I carefully measure…

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Sustainable Farming: Leaving Things Better Than We Found Them

Diane Karr|Sep 28, 2017

Growing up, we were taught to leave things in better condition than we found them. This philosophy applies to everything on the farm – whether…


Taking Water Management to the Fields: How We Manage our Greatest Resource

Diane Karr|Aug 13, 2017

The sun is blazing. Sweat is rolling down your back. Your hair is sticking uncomfortably to your neck. So what do you do? Why, reach…