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Top News Stories
ProAg Friday Fun Ag Fact: Swine Terminology
With Easter hams getting ready to be shared with friends & family, let's look at some common swine t...
U.S. Corn Export Prospects Increase
Projected U.S. corn exports are raised 125 million bushels to 1,725 million due to the strong pace o...
NWS: Drought in Southern Plains to Persist
The National Weather Service's Climate Prediction Center (CPC) looks for drought to persist across t...
A Tale of Two Soybean Crops
Old-crop soybeans have surged above $15, while the new-crop soybeans situation may be more bearish t...
Storms Provide Drought Relief for Some Growers
Six Northern California irrigation districts that serve growers on roughly 150,000 acres of farmland...

News Archive
The Weed Resistance Problem: A Matter Of Billions
Approximately half of the country’s growers said that hard-to-kill weeds were a “major problem” in t...
Soybeans Post Longest Slump Since July as China Buying May Slow
Soybeans fell for a fourth day in the longest slump since July amid worries of sliding demand in Chi...
Crop Insurance: From Little Known Law to Cornerstone of Farm Policy
For more than half a century crop insurance was largely unknown and underused, but nearly 296 millio...
Crop Development in High Gear in California, Arizona
With the summer months just a stone’s throw away, crop growers in California and Arizona are farming...
Farm Sustainability a Story Worth Telling
Dahlen Hancock is adding new conservation wrinkles to what his ancestors practiced.