U.S. Farm Report
Like many farmers, John Phipps has been hitting harvest hard and heavy as the threat of frost looms not too far in the distance. This week on U.S. Farm Report, he has a little time for a breather after a rain delay.
The pieces are in place for President Donald Trump’s proposed tax reform plan, but the final details are being worked out as Republicans muscled a $4 trillion budget through the Senate last week.
Early this week Syngenta announced that it and Adama Agricultural Solutions Ltd have entered an agreement with Nufarm to sell a portfolio of crop protection products for $490 million.
Corporate acquisitions and sales shake up the livestock nutrition and animal health landscape.
Knowing how your herd compares with industry numbers is important.
Cattle feeding remains slightly better than breakeven while packers turn a tidy profit.
NEW ORLEANS — Boldly going where no genetically modified apple has gone before, Arctic apples from Okanagan Specialty Fruits will ship to about 400 Midwest retail stores in late October.
NEW ORLEANS — DuPont Pioneer promoted its gene-editing tool CRISPR-Cas9 at Fresh Summit and acknowledged that a key hurdle facing the technology is consumer acceptance.
Two uncharacteristic colors in the world of wine are creating a buzz in an industry that’s been dominated by rosé, red and white.
Argentine, Indonesian Biodiesel Face U.S. Dumping Penalty