Marked shifts occur – most notably strong global demand for soybeans is expected to induce soybean plantings that exceed corn acreage.
As the Farm Bill debate heats up, some farm policy opponents are lobbying to exclude people from crop insurance, which would harm farmers and taxpayers alike.
Most average retailer fertilizer prices continued their upward trend the first week of February.
Gas tax hasn’t been raised since 1993 despite auto revolution.
The legislation suspends the use of neonicotinoids.
Not everyone in ag is giving a nod of approval to President Donald Trump’s FY2019 budget.
If the farm bill is reauthorized in 2018, the events of the last week will have been the first round.
Production of milling quality wheat in the U.S. should result in increased export demand and relatively higher wheat prices.
In spite of hurricanes and a few pecan weevils, the 2017 U.S. pecan crop managed to exceed the USDA’s estimate.
Ethanol makers and family-owned grain companies are setting up new agricultural cooperatives to benefit from a provision in the law that gives farmers larger tax savings for selling crops to that kind of business.