Betsy JibbenNational Reporter


Articles By Betsy Jibben

Oct 15, 2019

Analysis: What Producers Need to Watch When It Comes To Cheese Prices

The U.S. is set to implement tariffs on certain European Union goods on Friday. Some Americans are buying up Italian Parmesan Cheese because of it. However, how is the cheese market in the United States?
Oct 14, 2019

Video: Potato Harvest Goes Viral After Farmer Receives Help

Idaho farmers scrambled to get their crops harvested as freezing temperatures and a snowstorm moved into the area. One farmer in Eastern Idaho received some helping hands. The story is going viral!
Oct 11, 2019

83-Year-Old Farmer Says 2019 Is Unlike Any Other Year

Farmers across the U.S. say how 2019 is not like any other year they’ve farmed. AgDay National Reporter Betsy Jibben talked with a seasoned farmer who can really say if this year has been different.
Oct 11, 2019

Analyst: USDA Crop Production Not a Friendly Report For Corn

Tyne Morgan talks with Seth Meyer, an associate director and research professor with FAPRI at the University of Missouri.
Oct 07, 2019

Analyst: How Do We Price Different Silage Quality This Year?

It's no surprise corn maturity is behind pace. However, does this create a pricing problem for silage?
world dairy expo
Oct 07, 2019

World Dairy Expo: How Are U.S. Dairy Exports?

The attention was also on trade at the World Dairy Expo in Madison, Wisconsin and concern the European Union could retaliate. How are U.S. dairy exports now? AgDay takes a look.
Oct 04, 2019

Will USMCA Be Ratified by Both Canada and the U.S. This Year?

Congress is still out of session and will be through mid-October. Since lawmakers are embroiled with the impeachment process, is USMCA is an afterthought?
Oct 04, 2019

European Union Warns It Will Retaliate Against U.S. with Tariffs

The European Union is warning it will retaliate against the U. S. decision to slap tariffs on a range of exports. The Trump administration deciding to put new import taxes on EU goods worth $7.5 Billion.
Oct 03, 2019

I-80 Harvest Tour: Will A Big Demand Boost Arrive This Fall?

It’s been a year with a wet spring, late planting, trade uncertainty, and market facilitation payments to aid growers. Some analysts worry there may not be a big boost of demand needed for grain markets to increase.