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Baleage can provide a high-quality fermented forage, but careful attention to management is needed to produce a consistent, uniform feed.
Emergency grazing on Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) lands by Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue for producers in South Dakota, North Dakota and Montana impacted by drought.
Mandatory Country Of Origin Labeling (COOL) is back in the news. Dropped after WTO rulings and predictions of financial losses, the controversial labeling issue has resurfaced in a lawsuit against the USDA.
In the past five years, only one other John Deere 8200 has sold higher than this one.
Grain quality issues can create additional problems with weaned piglets, but so can the protocols meant to protect pigs against contaminated feed, say researchers.
Knowing how to count corn collars at this point in the season is a valuable skill because it can help you make accurate decisions on timing postemergence herbicide applications, says Farm Journal Associate Field Agronomist Missy Bauer.
Last week, President Donald Trump announced a tougher policy with Cuba, and the first United states delegation to the country started its visit Tuesday.
A rollercoaster dicamba ride passed a major benchmark as the Arkansas State Plant Board (ASPB) voted to recommend an emergency dicamba ban.
Dairy is extremely vulnerable to what happens with NAFTA - 45% of exports go to Canada and Mexico
In the first of eight certified class actions against the company, jurors sided with plaintiffs and asked Syngenta to pay $217,700,000 in damages.
Industry watching butter to see when and where it will peak
The race for fat is on. Prices have responded. Buyers are motivated. And producers now face an opportunity that has not been present since 2015.