U.S. Farm Report
Prices didn’t move much positively or negatively, but demand for corn and soybeans remains strong, says Jerry Gulke of the Gulke Group.
Texas Farmers Assess Harvey Damage to Grain Bins, Cotton Crops
Prior to Hurricane Harvey's arrival, many farm and ranch families worked around the clock to harvest crops and move livestock and equipment out of Harvey's reach.
Too many farmers take costly shortcuts when adding employees. Here are some blunders to avoid.
Cheesemakers are making more in Russia to replace EU imports.
U.S. and Mexican dairy industries make united call for NAFTA to protect and enhance free dairy trade, while rejecting Canadian and EU trade-distorting practices
Minnesota probably won’t see an encore performance of the record-setting crops farmers saw in 2015 and 2016. However, on the Farm Journal Midwest Crop Tour, the state was the garden spot of the Corn Belt.
Hurricane Harvey struck the Gulf Coast of Texas Friday night as a Category 4 storm. Since then, inches of rain have fallen in Corpus Christi, Galveston, Houston and Victoria.