Machinery Pete provides sale price report from the Owen Larson Farms retirement auction today (June 25, 2019) in Climax, MN. Very nice line of mostly John Deere equipment. Sale by Resource Auction
It's finally starting to feel like summer! Meteorologist Cindi Clawson has more in today's forecast.
AquaBounty salmon now growing in tanks located in rural Indiana.
Controversy continues to surround America's largest dairy, Fair Oaks Farms in Northern Indiana.
Farmers continue to hold old crop corn expecting prices to rise as production sputters this season.
The U.S. Justice Department has opened a criminal investigation into allegations that chicken processors, including Tyson Foods Inc., Pilgrim’s Pride Corp. and Sanderson Farms Inc., conspired to fix prices.
On a dairy farm in rural Eyota, Minnesota, a day-old calf wobbled up to a robotic feeding stall.
A U.S. Farm Report viewer wonders why there's not much talk in the news about an early frost's impact on the late-planted crop. John Phipps answers in Customer Support.
Taiwan is a rapidly growing market for U.S. pork and beef—
USDA's silence on new Farm Bill programs, in a year where production problems are evident, could create a major issue for producers. John Phipps explains.
What to look for in today's grain markets.
Crop Progress Still Below Expectations
According to Richard Flournoy, deputy administrator of product management for the USDA-Risk Management Agency (RMA), silage corn can be eligible for planting on prevent plant acres.
Getting the crop planted is just the start of the battle.
We could see above normal temperatures in parts of the country this week. Meteorologist Mike Hoffman has an update.
President Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau are trying to show a united front in an effort to get a replacement for NAFTA over the finish line.