U.S. Farm Report
One of USDA’s top priorities is investing in rural communities nationwide, according to Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack. The agency recently released a rural development report highlighting its successes.
Join our special pre-conference workshop Jan. 24 before the 2017 Top Producer Seminar.
While American farmers talk about used equipment prices and input costs, to millions of farmers all over the world, that means something completely different.
2016 was a year of bold predictions, with many "experts" predicting the wrong outcome. So, what did we learn and now can it be applied to 2017? Tommy Grisafi and Craig VanDyke discuss in Markets Now.
U.S. Farm Report host Tyne Morgan’s commentary about kids working on the farm struck a chord with viewers. We had one of the largest responses ever to a commentary on a show. This week we wanted to share the responses.
Even in the most challenging economic times, there are opportunities for those in a position to take advantage of them. Be on the lookout for these.
Trading volume was noticeable lighter in the grain and soy markets ahead of Christmas.
Dulls Tree Farm in Boone Co., Ind. got its start in 1985, but the property and barn is much older.
Soybeans dropped below $10 Thursday, falling 12 1/4 cents in their third price decline this week.