While everyone should have some hay on hand for emergency feeding, baling pastures may not be the best option.
USDA says overall winter wheat production is now on track for 1.5 billion bu.
Wet conditions during planting in the South likely will be reflected in the June 30 report.
ChemChina’s planned purchase of Syngenta may have a new hoop to jump through with European regulators.
LimelightPlayerUtil.initEmbed('limelight_player_121412'); Our first look at fertilizer and farm fuels pricing for the week ended June 10, 2016.
A rash of strong showers is expected in the Upper Midwest based on the new forecast for the week ahead. Get more weather highlights from Meteorologist Gail Martell.
Storms, harvest, prayers. A photo essay about life on a Colorado wheat farm captures all those moments, large and small, in a dramatic collection of images.
South Dakota's dairy princess is staying busy in June, which is designated as National Dairy Month.
LimelightPlayerUtil.initEmbed('limelight_player_64329'); Corn is posting gains of 7 to 10 cents, with soybeans 3 to 7 cents higher. Wheat is favoring a firmer tone in mixed trade. Cattle are sharply to limit lower and hogs are mostly firmer.
Five-day rainfall totals could reach 1 to 3 inches, USDA elaborates. Get more forecast highlights.
Maine Republican Gov. Paul LePage is chastising an animal welfare group for releasing undercover footage of alleged animal cruelty before reaching out to state officials.
Wheat and soybean export inspections were far less impressive and within the range of pre-report guesses.
North Dakota's state veterinarian is asking ranchers to vaccinate their animals against anthrax.
Farmers worked to get as much done as they could over the weekend given chances of early week storms.
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