With Mega Millions at a record-high of $1.6 billion there are loads of possibilities for things that can be bought in agriculture.
It should be mostly dry this week for Midwest as storms stay south from Texas to Southeast.
Purdue agricultural economist Wally Tyner estimates the U.S. could lose 9 million acres of soybeans to Brazil permanently if the ongoing trade issues with China persist.
Suicide and Mental health issues are one of the side-effects of a stressful ag economy. A dairy farmer discusses losing a loved one to suicide and Farm Aid says calls for help are increasing.
Despite years of low prices, fertilizer prices are climbing.
President Donald Trump has told EPA to begin the process of lifting the ban on E15 sales in summer months.
Just one mile from the Missouri River, Mackland said continued high water means he likely won’t be able to get into the majority of his fields until December at the earliest.