08:57AM Jul 15, 2020

Corn, Soybeans Take A Hit from Heat but Not Blueberries

Betsy Jibben
National Reporter

Stover's Farm Market and U-Pic is running in Berrien Springs, Mich. Customers are coming to buy and pick as Stover says the blueberry crop is a good one this year.

16:24PM Jul 14, 2020

Consequences of Drought and Heat Stress in Corn

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

Drought, hail, high winds—you name it and farmers are enduring it. Corn is being inundated with challenges from Mother Nature, here’s what you need to know and how you can

14:08PM Jul 13, 2020

Ag Recovering From Coronavirus Disruptions, CoBank Says

Greg Henderson
Editorial Director

America’s economy is showing signs of recovery from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, but any economic surge is likely over, according to a quarterly report from CoBank’s Knowledge Exchange.

12:41PM Jul 10, 2020

Corn Market Unphased By Production Drop, Large Chinese Buy; Here's Why

Not only did USDA trim the new crop corn forecast, but the agency also confirmed Friday the second-biggest corn buy on record. U.S. Farm Report analysts explain why the market

10:29AM Jul 10, 2020

Pro Farmer Crop Tour Will Continue With Some Changes

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

This year will mark 28 years Pro Farmer has completed its annual Crop Tour—an event where scouts from around the Midwest take in-field estimates to determine yield and crop conditions

11:00AM Jul 08, 2020

Bayer Agrees to Delay Roundup Settlement to Address Judicial Concerns

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

Bayer has withdrawn a motion to settle lawsuits related to its Roundup herbicide after the judge in the case questioned provisions of the agreement that would have created a scientific

08:04AM Jul 08, 2020

What are Top Farmer Priorities When Buying Seed?

Chris Bennett
Technology and Issues Editor

What considerations weigh heaviest for farmers when buying seed? Three growers offer perspective from Illinois, Indiana and Mississippi.