It wasn't a lump of coal, but....
A national dairy group and Midwestern cooperative have mixed feelings about the additional Market Facilitation Program (MFP) payments that are being offered.
For those who thought blockchain technology is just another passing fad like mood rings, eight-track tapes and Rubik’s Cubes—think again.
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You might need to jump-start the discussion with non-operator landowners
Coordinated work between growers and industry finally snuff out fearsome cotton pest
Cattle futures rally off of technical support.
The FDA announced a decline of 33% in the use of antibiotics for food animal production from 2016 to 2017.
Cattle feeding and packer profit margins both declined last week as cash cattle prices were modestly lower.
Despite uncertainties surrounding trade and the size of the U.S. pork supply, some experts say producers have reason to be optimistic.
USDA announced details of a second tranche of MFP payments, but growers may want to talk with their tax specialist before rushing to the Farm Service Agency (FSA) office according to a Farm Journal tax expert.
The U.S. and China are planning to hold meetings in January to negotiate a broader truce in their trade wars but are unlikely to have any face-to-face contact before then, according to Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin.
Traders suggest China has returned to buy more cargoes
Farmers from 24 states competed for NSP's top honors in its annual yield contest. Winners are selected from five categories and the overall winner Michael Ball hails from Idaho at 219.1 bu. per acre.
East Central/Select Sires and NorthStar Cooperative have a potential merger in the making.
Bill Northey of USDA talks about the second round of MFP, Tom Sleight of U.S. Grains Council shares his frustrations on the Indian market, and Emily Skor of Growth Energy shares her testimony to Congress.
If Impossible Foods, maker of the plant-based Impossible Burger sold in restaurants nationwide, wants to sell its product uncooked directly to consumers, it will need to get pre-market approval to use its key ingredient.
There’s a tradition in my little hometown of Centralia, Mo., that’s getting bigger every year. The Christmas season truly begins when area farmers bring their tractors decked with lights down the street.
2018 beef and pork exports will use a combined total of 14.9 million tons of corn and DDGS, which equates to an additional 459.7 million bushels of corn produced – an increase of 29 percent over the 2015 projections.
A rancher estimates that $75,000 worth of bred heifers were stolen from his property east of Denver.