South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley wants the U.S. Department of Agriculture to speed up crop insurance payments to farmers who lost their harvests because of last month's historic flooding.
Although milk prices are at or just above breakeven cost of production levels heading into 2016, hope is on the horizon.
The announcement this fall that China will lift its one-child policy after three decades caught the attention of many in agriculture.
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Estimates for Brazil’s soybean crop—the second largest in the world— are currently running between 97 million metric tons and 103 million metric tons due to increased acreage.
In an announcement that will surprise no one in agriculture, USDA on Tuesday said that net farm income is expected to slide 38.2% in 2015, thanks to low prices in crops and livestock.
A coordinated dairy promotion effort could yield a 30% increase in consumption, boosting U.S. exports.
When will the turn-around occur? Dairy market experts offer their predictions.
Overall hay carryover into 2016 will be up, but the majority of that hay is middle to lower quality.
When the crop market outlook isn’t too shiny, sometimes a farmer is forced to pick the best pig in the pen.
Economists are clear on the three biggest factors affecting the U.S. soybean market in 2016: China, China and China.