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Top News Stories
$2.2 Billion Agriculture Loss in California May Shift Crop Insurance Purchases
A combination of high insurance premiums and infrequent loss events has led a significant number of ...
Disaster Assistance for 2012 Frost or Freeze Fruit Crop Losses Announced
The U.S. Department of Agriculture yesterday announced Noninsured Crop Disaster Assistance Program (...
El Nino May Not Bring Needed Rains to Parched California
California's drought - its worst in decades - is likely to hold steady through the summer months and...
ProAg Friday Fun Ag Fact: On-Farm Renewable Energy
The Census of Ag lets us know where and what types of renewable energy systems farmers are using.
2014 Farm Bill Decisions: Base Acre Reallocation Option
This article discusses the one-time option the owner of an Farm Service Agency (FSA) farm has to rea...

News Archive
Corn Belt Marches North
So where is corn acreage expanding the fastest in North America? If you guessed North Dakota, you’re...
All Eyes On El Niño
The boy is back in town. More specifically, meteorologists are predicting with a 70% to 80% certaint...
Concerns Grow Over Damage to EU Wheat Crop Quality
Europe is heading toward a large wheat harvest this year but concerns are mounting that much of it c...
Oilseed Profits Might Best Corn in Next 10 Years
Oilseeds and coarse grains are seeing a price correction in 2014/15, but a new 10-year global foreca...
California Pays the Price for Corn Belt's Cold Snap
Unseasonably cool air descended on the nation’s heartland last week, easing stress on crops across t...