Leading academics from four continents joined U.S., Canadian and international organizations representing farmers to sign an open letter that set the record straight.
“For soybean farmers who just planted or are finishing up planting of the dicamba-tolerant genetics, they were really caught off guard.” says Dave Spears, senior vice president and chief marketing
During the month of April dairy exports were surprisingly positive for the eighth straight month.
Negotiated cash fed cattle drifted lower throughout the week with a range reported at $3 to $10 lower. Feeder cattle sold uneven though demand remains moderate to good.
Instead of an in-person event, this year’s conference will be completely virtual. Because of the new format, its organizers have expanded the agenda to three days and to be of
This week on DC Signal to Noise, Pro Farmer Policy Analyst Jim Wiesemeyer has the story behind that awkward moment when President Trump out of nowhere proposed a ban on
Blythe, Calif.-based Fisher Ranch has expanded melon exports by extending the commodity’s storage window with the use of SmartFresh.