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15:37PM Sep 11, 2019

Save Trip to FSA If You Have Corn, Soybean 2019 Prevent Plant Acres

Betsy Jibben
National Reporter
Even though the disaster aid bill was written, passed by Congress and signed by President Trump, details are still being hammered out. That includes the portion of the program covering
11:27AM Sep 11, 2019

How Do You Define Regenerative Agriculture?

Margy Eckelkamp
Director of Content Development, Machinery Pete
In defining agronomic practices: “There's classic rock, soft rock, and then there's hard rock. People like to associate with different parts. But overall, it's still rock music,” says Lee Briese.
16:08PM Sep 10, 2019

How Are Grapefruit Conditions Post Dorian?

AgDay TV
AgWeb Contributor
The University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences reports minor losses to grapefruit along the east coast as winds ripped developing fruit from tree branches.
15:51PM Sep 10, 2019

Chinese Exports Decrease From Month Prior

AgDay TV
AgWeb Contributor
Chinese exports decreased 1 percent last month compared to last year. That's according to the customs administration. The decline compares with a more than three percent rise in exports in
12:57PM Sep 10, 2019

Suicide Prevention Week: Manage Stress On The Farm

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor
Farming is stressful—this year proves challenging for even experienced farmers. However, it’s important for you, friends and family to remember that stress on the farm should be just that—stress on
08:30AM Sep 10, 2019

Descent into Hell: Farmer Escapes Corn Tomb Death

Chris Bennett
Technology and Issues Editor
When Arick Baker and Buddy Schumacher tumbled into corn flows, but emerged to tell harrowing tales separated by three years and 250 miles, the rookie and the veteran became remarkable
12:14PM Sep 09, 2019

AccuWeather: 2019 Corn Yields Lowest Since 2012

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor
The company pegs corn at 13.36 billion bu. of production, 2018 was 14.42 billion. The service predicts soybeans will come in at 3.658 billion bu., compared to 4.543 billion bu.