Meteorologist Mike Hoffman says portions of the country are dealing with rain and snow.
Clinton Griffiths, Farm Journal editor and AgDay host, asks if U.S. soybean exports can keep up with Brazil. “Without some type of mandated buying, no, they cannot,” says Rich Nelson
AgDay visited a feeder cattle auction at the Shipshewana Trading Place in Shipshewana, Indiana to find out what prices were like there to kick off 2020.
NEW YORK — The Bolthouse Farms gang is back together, and they’re pumping out new product lines that embody the new company mission: Plants powering people.
The claim "we're paving over farmland" is overblown. John Phipps explains why farmland isn't vanishing as quickly as some think in John's World.
World Ag Expo has been occurring for quite a long time in Tulare, California but it’s one of the first times hemp has been front and center at the Expo.
When you look at the cotton markets, it’s not a surprise the price isn’t profitable at the moment. That’s why Ashley Arrington, founder of AgriAuthority believes cotton acres will decrease