Noah Fish

Multimedia reporter

Noah Fish is a multimedia journalist who creates print, online and TV content for Agweek. He's also the host of the Agweek Podcast. He covers a wide range of farmers and agribusinesses throughout Minnesota and surrounding states. He can be reached at

He reports out of Rochester, MN, where he lives with his wife, Kara, and their polite cat, Zena. He grew up in La Crosse, WI, and enjoys the talent from his home state like the 13-time World Champion Green Bay Packers and Grammy award-winning musicians Justin Vernon and Al Jarreau.

In a roundtable with U.S. Rep. Angie Craig, small-scale producers from southern Minnesota shared how crop insurance was unattainable for their operations.
The largest growth in the ethanol industry came between 2005 and 2013
Minnesota Extension Clean Energy Resource Teams (CERTs) offers thoughts on what questions to ask if you are considering adding solar to your operation.
Three farms in Wrenshall, Minnesota, produce cabbage and other produce for ingredients to Spirit Creek Farm products.
Congress has experienced a lot of turnover since the last farm bill was passed, and Reps. Brad Finstad and Michelle Fischbach are among the new lawmakers gearing up for their first bill.
Dennis and Bridget O'Neill and their son, Pat, are the current owners of the O'Neill family farm.
The Protecting America’s Meatpacking Workers Act would provide funding for hiring additional inspectors and would restrict an employer's use of certain attendance policies.
Fifty-eight vendors and over 75 buyers took part in this year's FEAST! Local Foods Tradeshow.
John Hildebrand — author of Mapping the Farm: The Chronicle of a Family — describes farmland to American century farm families as their "small kingdom."
"Some guys want the lost GTO or Camaro of their youth," said Paul Anderson. "I am looking for the 7720 I learned to run when I was a teenager."