AgMRI is being called the world’s largest-scale analytics engine for high-resolution aerial imagery of ag.
Partnerships helps users deploy IPM.
Weather continues to be front and center while traders are working to calculate crops in the U.S.
Markets mostly unchanged on Monday
Well, I'll admit it. I'm now a 4-H parent. My oldest turning nine this year means we are officially a 4-H family. It's not new to me, I come from a long line of 4-Hers.
The rural economy hasn’t been too strong, but used equipment prices have been holding their own.
It's not too late to head to Heyworth, Ill. to experience hands-on, cutting-edge events that will increase your success for years to come. These events are led by Farm Journal experts, including Farm Journal Field Agronomist Ken Ferrie. This two-day event starts tomorrow, July 25.
The world’s soybean crop has grown by leaps and bounds since 1990, growing 231%. And “the U.S. and Brazil are in a neck-and-neck competition for the top spot,” according to ag economist David Widmar, writing for the Agricultural Economic Insights blog.
It seems likely that U.S. corn yield will fall below the government forecast of 170.7 bushels per acre, and even though a smaller harvest would shrink the burdensome carryout, the effect may be lighter than one might expect.
A punishing drought that stretches across much of the U.S. Northern Plains could cause farmers to lose 64 million bushels of wheat production this year, according to federal officials.
With NAFTA 2.0 ready to begin negotiations, it’s not likely that Canada will soften its borders. And any big changes will have to make it through Congress, first.
Strolling through shin-high soybeans, Ed Vitko has a refreshing view this summer. He planted 1,200 acres of dicamba-tolerant soybeans, and after spraying the new formulation of dicamba herbicide over the top of the soybeans this summer, he says the field is weed-free for the first time in years.
NASA rocket scientist who grew up on rural South Dakota ranch doesn't pass up opportunities.
EU processors are moving to cheese as greatest opportunity for profitable returns.
Says "consumer confusion" and absence-claim marketing led to decision.
Passing a stand-alone quota program that would work in conjunction with the newly proposed Federal Milk Marketing Order in California is by no means certain
June placements up 16.1 percent vs year ago.
It's quite possible that shoppers buying corn chips can trace those chips back to Vigo County, Ind.