U.S. Farm Report
Organized crime has a seemingly insatiable appetite for farm and food businesses, one of the few economic sectors experiencing growth during Italy's protracted economic crisis.
Thus far, fundraising efforts held by local cattle auctions have generated more than $135,000 in fire relief donations.
Preview of new machinery
Average profit expected to drop to $45 per cow in 2017
Farmers have always struck me as positive people; otherwise, how could you plant a new crop every year?
The policy issues under serious discussion in Washington, D.C., are many, but two in particular top the list of priorities for U.S. farmers—immigration and trade.
Just about the time you think you have a good understanding of what the labels say about using the new dicamba formulations, something else comes to light.
Estimates indicate that up to 100,000 miles of ranch fencing was destroyed in Kansas, with additional fencing destroyed in Texas, Colorado and Oklahoma wildfires.
The federal deadline is just days away on March 15, 2017, meaning it’s time to make some important decisions, says Chris Baron of Ag View Solutions and host of AgWeb.com’s new “Margin Minute” video series.