Thanks to elections and more, next year could be a policy roller coaster.
A Board of Livestock proposal to impose a fee for milk assessment inspections on dairy farmers in Montana has stalled.
Robin Schmahl, analyst with AgDairy, says despite the lowest Class III price since 2011, the market stayed pretty positive this week.
Results of University of Georgia study intriguing.
Saputo CEO Expects Low Dairy Prices to Persist Amid Global Glut
Slower economic growth in China as well as domestic supplies cut into the country’s 2015 milk powder imports.
Here are some #agfacts to chew on during Super Bowl 50 as the Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos play Feb. 7.
Once again bovines and films have come together, this time on Twitter with the hashtag #MOOvies.
Staff, programming is being drastically cut.
Farms in northwestern Vermont may have to abide by certain practices to reduce phosphorus pollution in Lake Champlain under a decision released by the state's agriculture secretary.
Farm incomes in New Zealand, the world’s biggest dairy exporter, may remain under pressure throughout 2016 after milk powder prices slumped to a near six-month low.
These days, a weekday lunch at a Manhattan Chipotle is a lovely, languorous affair. There’s hardly ever a line. Empty seats abound.
Iowa farmers, look out: You might just end up with a new outspoken neighbor with “the classiest” barn in the state.
If farmers pay MPP fees in arrears from last year, they'll still be eligible for $4 margin protection insurance.
Prices at lowest level since September.
Gov. Mark Dayton said Friday he has reluctantly told environmental officials to back off private ditches as they prepare to start enforcing his marquee water quality initiative — stronger requirements for leaving buffer strips of vegetation between farm fields and waterways.
Remember the controversial ad campaign Chobani launched earlier this month to slam competitor Dannon Light & Fit Greek yogurt for the use of sucralose? Dannon sued--and won.