The marketplace is ramping up speculation over USDA’s March 31 Planting Intentions report, says Jerry Gulke, president of the Gulke Group.
Worried about the drought that has been slowly building throughout the Midwest and Plains over the past several weeks? Help may be on the way soon, according to AgDay meteorologist Mike Hoffman.
As bearish news continue to pile on the market, analysts on U.S. Farm Report think it’s too early have a completely gloomy outlook on the market.
When most non-farmers think about ethanol, they often think about all the corn that goes into producing it, and many non-farmers complain that it could be put to better use by feeding people.
A change in the crop insurance world was announced earlier this week, as Producers Ag Insurance Group, Inc., (a member of Tokio Marine HCC) is planning a purchase agreement to acquire crop managing general agent (MGA) International Ag Insurance Solutions. In 2016, the Iowa-based company managed $67.4 million in gross premiums for multi-peril crop, crop hail and named peril crop insurance.
This combine sold yesterday.
The nationally representative Nielsen study covers 100,000 households in the 48 contiguous states and reflects growing demand for organic food, according to the Organic Trade Association.
Nine weeks have passed since Donald Trump was sworn as the 45th president. His choice to lead the Department of Agriculture gets his time before the Senate Agriculture Committee.
High-speed planters have taken the ag industry by storm in recent years.
Imports halted from 1 plant of BRF and 1 Seara facility.
One good indicator of future market movement is fund action.
Producers in the southern Plains are still assessing damages caused by the wildfires that struck the area earlier this month.
The current system is benefiting everyone, according to Noah Smith, a Bloomberg View columnist and former assistant professor of finance at Stony Brook University.
The amount you can be worth and not pay any federal estate taxes, a value known as the lifetime exclusion, is almost $5.5 million.
When the wildfires tore through the southern Plains, they destroyed homes, some peoples’ livelihoods, and even genetics.
Major importers ban Brazil shipments after food-safety scandal.
An effort to provide financial relief to New Hampshire's dairy farmers strained by last year's drought survived a challenge in the House on Thursday, with some opponents calling it a taxpayer funded bailout.
Top Buffalo Meat Exporter on Edge Amid Slaughter Pledge (1)
In rural communities, Friday night football or Saturday night basketball at the local high school draws people together to cheer for their favorite team.
Oil dropped as U.S. crude supplies rose to an all-time high while investors await a meeting between OPEC and its allies that may signal whether they’ll extend output curbs.
Rusty and Jennifer Colten live and ranch in Harper County, Ok. Jennifer’s great grandparents homesteaded in the Oklahoma panhandle and the land has been with the family ever since.
While the wildfires in the southern Plains claimed many livestock and wild animals, there were also human lives lost trying to save the animals they cared for greatly.