Some farmers in the western Corn Belt are getting crops in the ground much sooner than normal, but that doesn’t mean eastern producers are at a disadvantage.
The April Cattle on Feed report said placements into large feedlots during March were up 0.4% and marketings were down 1.7% compared to March 2014.
The ice cream industry’s widening listeria scare, which has prompted at least five companies to recall products, is fueled in part by DNA testing and other new tools that can better detect the bacteria and trace its origins.
With the increase in larger dairy operations and freestall housing, the question arises of just how much spring flush has an impact on overall production.
Pro Farmer Senior Market Analyst Rich Posson says a Level 1 top in cotton futures may not be reached until early June.
If you’ve noticed that your forage is testing better based on Neutral Detergent Fiber levels, don’t get too excited. It may be just dirt.
A Lake Mills area facility hit by a highly contagious bird flu virus will become productive again after they euthanize all 800,000 chickens, the company president says.