U.S. agricultural cooperatives are building new soybean crushing plants at the fastest rate in two decades.
A new farm bill will find challenges in funding, timing and legislators who have never voted on a farm bill before.
Researchers are closer to a pheromone trap for the Asian citrus psyllid pest.
The recent strength in ethanol production has led to speculation about changes to USDA’s estimate of corn used for ethanol in the pending WASDE report.
Why are supply management programs such an anathema to so many people? Part of the reason can be traced to events that took place 34 years ago.
The region generating the most concern when it comes to declining land values continues to be the Corn Belt.
Arkansas’ drought-ridden fall could turn into three seasons of trouble for livestock and forage producers.
Rabobank’s food and agribusiness research group is recommending that American row crop farmers “transform their businesses” to ensure long-term financial stability.
October and November were two of the driest Octobers and Novembers on record, and much of the state appears to be facing a continued dry spell through winter.
Since it’s near the end of the calendar year, it’s time to revisit the status of the Waters of the United States rule.