The outlook for the agricultural economy is turning more pessimistic, according to a recent report from the Kansas City Federal Reserve.
USDA says 37% of corn acres have been planted in Michigan, ahead of the 5-year average. As far as soybeans, 35% of soybeans have been planted, which is also more
According to the American Farm Bureau Federation, Chapter 12 family farm bankruptcies for the 12 month period ending in March totaled 627 filings. That’s a 23% increase from the previous
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is causing market volatility across the globe. How will that trickle down to the farmland markets?
Iowa has 78% of corn acres planted, nearly 30% higher than the national average. However, the woes of corn prices and ethanol demand are impacting farmers.
Today on Farm Journal Live, a look at what is driving a sharp drop in the Purdue Ag Barometer and market analysis from Joe Vaclavik.
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