Chris Bennett

Associate Editor , Western Farm Press

A native of Helena, Ark., Bennett grew up overseas, returning to the U.S. to earn his bachelor's degree at Missouri State University.

He has worked in a variety of environments abroad and in the U.S., including high school teaching positions in Israel and Arkansas, as well as an editor in Springfield, Mo.

He has been an associate editor with Farm Press for three years.

Posts by Chris Bennett

in Farm Press Blog May 02, 2013

Farmland — gold you can eat

Talk of bubbles or crashes hasn’t put a dent in the farmland market, and if the end is nigh — nobody is blinking....More
in Farm Press Blog Jan 25, 2013

Fire ants vs. Benadryl a battle of pain

I’ve been stung by fire ants more times than I can count. It’s a moment of blind panic; an initial frozen blink of time when you realize you’re being....More
in Farm Press Blog Dec 03, 2012

Forensic marker dogs on trail of metal thieves

These are days of opportunity for metal thieves....More
in Farm Press Blog Oct 16, 2012

World’s greatest squirrel hunter abandons dying friend

There is something indescribably pure about squirrel hunting. Deer hunting can bring derangement and dishonesty, but squirrel hunting offers less....More
in Farm Press Blog Aug 20, 2012

Crappie fishing brings luck of the gool

“Do you believe?” he asked with the expectation of an evangelist. “Do you believe in the gool?”....More
in Farm Press Blog May 11, 2012

Water jihads and Moe Howard haircuts

When Noah spread out the first bits of gopher wood for his ark’s keel, he was building a monument to cataclysm....More
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