Swine Fever Continues Its Spread
Several common questions about working with electrical systems answered by a major manufacturer.
Shutting down access to the U.S.-Mexico border could impact a relationship between the largest buyer of dairy exports which has two dairy cooperatives concerned.
A new Purdue University CME Group Ag Barometer shows a bit of a drop.
Betsy Jibben kicks off this year’s I-80 Planting Tour in Nebraska. She talks with Colten Schafersman, a farmer from Nickerson, Nebraska; Tim Gregerson, a Herman, Nebraska farmer; Dan Mensik, a farmer from Morse Bluff, Nebraska and AgDay Meteorologist Mike Hoffman.
Average feedyard closeouts continued to show solid profits on cattle marketed the final week of March.
Agriculture industry leaders warn such a closure would likely cause more hardship forcing some farms out of business.
The Army Corps of Engineers increasing water levels this week at Gavins Point Dam. That's a dam in the Southeast Corner of South Dakota on the Missouri River. Picture courtesy: KTIV
While the photos of contorted grain bins are staggering, they’re a heartbreaking reality to the owners who might not receive compensation for recent harvests.​
As an advocate of science, Frank Mitloehner believes efforts to reduce meat and milk production globally will only result in “more hunger in poor countries.”​
This year's El Nino episode may have contributed to the massive flooding occurring all around the world, especially the ongoing Midwest flood.
Cambodia reported its first outbreak of African swine fever in backyard pigs near the Vietnam border.
The market value for farmland in the Cornhusker state dropped again in 2019. The average per-acre value is $2,650, a 3% drop from 2018.
Everyone in the dairy industry, big or small, can coexist.
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As numbers continue to roll out, and the impacts of ASF are fully realized, it could be a bullish demand story for all proteins as the industry could face a protein shortage this year.
Trade Talks Set to Continue
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