You need a break, and World Dairy Expo can’t come soon enough.
If you're fighting mud, remember these tips.
China, long known as the world’s factory, makes the bulk of leather goods used globally. But now the leather industries there and in the U.S. are bracing for the fallout related to the trade dispute.
COI involve a delicate balance. I think the recent controversy around COI highlights the importance for producers and communicators of science to get this right.
USDA added 130 million bushels to the corn that will be on-hand at the start of the 2018/19 marketing year and corn prices dropped 8 cents.
For months, Jerry Gulke feared U.S. farmers would produce too much of everything. The Sept. 28, 2018, Quarterly Grain Stocks report showed that could have been the case.
While growing up, I was told there was an Irish curse wishing another “"May you live in interesting times". According to Wikipedia, this is “an English expression purported to be a translation of a traditional Chinese curse. While seemingly a blessing, the expression is normally used ironically, wi [...]
Over the past decade, carcasses grading USDA Choice and Prime has increased from 55% to nearly 80%.
U.S. soybean growers who are starting to harvest what’s predicted to be a bumper crop probably will look to weather the trade war with China by stashing away the oilseed, according to agribusiness giant Bunge Ltd.
It used to be that Washington needed a deadline to get something done. In 2018 it's apparent that deadlines mean very little
Farm Journal’s PORK editor Jennifer Shike and editor emeritus JoAnn Alumbaugh recently attended the 2018 Leman Conference in Saint Paul, Minn. See their coverage of the event.
In their Friday report, USDA noted that as of September 1 corn stocks were up 130 million bushels more than the average trade guess.
While that can create an overwhelming feeling of uncertainty, these analysts say ignore the noise and focus on implementing your marketing plan.
There was incredible bidding action on this truck.
The New Jersey Department of Agriculture visited the Procacci Bros. Farm in Cumberland County to highlight Jersey Tastes! during Jersey Fresh Farm to School Week.
NJ Secretary of Agriculture Douglas Fisher has recognized Terhune Orchards and the Mount family of Mercer County as the winning farm participating in the first Jersey Fresh Farm to School Farmer Recognition Award.
President Trump has often been called the “master negotiator” and while there’s clear evidence he’s good at negotiating, whether or not he can close a deal remains in question.
Just shy of five years after they voted on union representation, Fresno, Calif.-based Gerawan Farming employees have had their votes officially certified by the California Agricultural Labor Relations Board.
As a top operator, I suspect you agree that farming forward requires a totally different level of professionalism and an increasingly broad and yet deep understanding of the world. While politics might be local, our customers are global.
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