15:12PM Jan 20, 2020

Thousands of Corn Acres Left To Harvest In North Dakota

Betsy Jibben
National Reporter

The weather continues to be a focus in the Northern Plains. Farmers in North Dakota saw dangerously low temperatures over the weekend. It’s one problem after the next as the

08:38AM Jan 20, 2020

John Phipps: Fieldwork in January Just Doesn't Feel Right

Fieldwork in January isn't normal in Illinois, but John Phipps says this year, the ground is prime right now for fieldwork. However, fieldwork in January just doesn't feel right to

U.S. Capitol
15:34PM Jan 14, 2020

MFPs Could be Delayed into February, Third Round in Question

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

Some Trump administration, including USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue, are holding off on the final installment of market facilitation payments (MFP) until they see what happens with the phase one trade

11:03AM Jan 14, 2020

2020 Hemp Summits Open For Registration

Rhonda Brooks
AgWeb Contributor

Come to Chicago this month to hone your knowledge and know-how.

16:50PM Jan 10, 2020

After USDA Released January Reports, What is the Market’s Focus Now?

Tyne Morgan
AgWeb Contributor

The case isn't closed on 2019 production, but how much of a market impact could that have in the months ahead? U.S. Farm Report analysts break down the latest reports

05:45AM Jan 09, 2020

USDA Won’t Account for Phase 1 Deal in Friday's Reports

As corn exports continue to disappoint, even if USDA lowers yield, analysts say USDA is likely to reduce export forecasts in Friday's reports.

07:56AM Jan 02, 2020

Despite Colder Weather, Skin Cancer Risk Looms

Macey Hurst
AgWeb Contributor

Often times, when the temperature starts to go down, the sunscreen gets put up. But the risks for skin cancer are actually just as severe in the winter months.