Hurricane Florence is barreling toward the No. 1 turkey state just a couple months before Thanksgiving. But thanks can be given to frozen stockpiles that will likely help prevent a shortage of holiday birds....
A Texas court has issued an injunction against the 2015 waters of the United States, or WOTUS, rule after the Texas attorney general's office told the court it was ready to appeal to a higher court....
Following some criticism of its numbers for trade aid, USDA on Thursday released a six-page paper detailing how economists came up with the calculations for trade damages when creating the Market Facilitation Program...
Add Iowa to the list of now 28 states not under the jurisdiction of the 2015 waters of the United States rule thanks to a ruling by the U.S. District Court for the District of North Dakota on Tuesday....
Aurora Cannabis Inc. led pot stocks higher after Coca-Cola Co. said it's eyeing the cannabis drinks market, becoming the latest beverage company to tap into surging demand for marijuana products as traditional sales slow. ...
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They’ve been used to detect drugs, bombs and bugs.
Now a team of specially trained dogs will put their wet noses to work in California, sniffing out a fatal citrus disease with the potential to cripple the state’s $3.4 billion citrus industry.
Did you know...that plastic wrap is sometimes laid out to reflect sunlight up under the branches of apple trees to color the bottom of the apples? Thanks to Area Claims Supervisor Jim LaPointe, in the Pacific Northwest, for taking these great pictures of Honeycrisp apples. #agfacts
To those in the path of #HurricaneFlorence2108, please stay safe. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. After #Florence has passed, if you are unable to reach your trusted ProAg agent and need to report losses, please call us directly at (800) 366-2767.
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Soybeans farmers in southwestern Iowa are engaged in a frustrating battle with a new pest called soybean gall midge. Erin Hodgson, ISU Extension entomologist, said concrete answers on how to stop the tiny, yield-robbing pests are still few and far between. The gall midge was first reported in 2011 in Nebraska and has spread in both intensity and distribution. In Nebraska, some call the pest orange gall midge.