09:47AM Aug 22, 2019
The relief of reaching a new tomato suspension agreement between Mexican tomato growers and the Department of Commerce has come with misgivings about the effect of mandatory inspections at the
21:45PM Aug 21, 2019
AgDay National Reporter Betsy Jibben traveled along a route in Western Iowa through Pottawattamie and Harrison Counties and checked it out with the Pro Farmer Crop Tour scouts.
10:21AM Aug 21, 2019
(UPDATED, 1:28 p.m.) Mexican tomato growers and the U.S. Commerce Department struck a deal for a new tomato suspension agreement late Aug. 20.
06:15AM Aug 21, 2019
Third-quarter commercial pork production is forecast at almost 6.8 billion pounds, more than 7% higher than a year ago, according to the August Livestock, Dairy, and Poultry Outlook.
22:01PM Aug 20, 2019
USDA NASS Crops Division Chief Lance Honig responds to crop estimate questions from Pro Farmer Crop Tour scouts and others.
20:19PM Aug 20, 2019
Nebraska had its share of hurdles this year with historic flooding in multiple pockets. While some of those problems do exist, the state may not be so bad for yields
14:04PM Aug 20, 2019
POET officials say the process to idle the plant will take several weeks, after which the plant will cease processing of over 30 million bushels of corn annually.