Ohio now has 75.6% of its area covered by drought, while a 10-point improvement was seen in Iowa this week.
Farmers have heard time and again. Your on-farm data – especially yield data collected at harvest – is valuable. That’s why it’s critical to take proper steps to ensure this data is collected correctly.
Hot weather returns to nation's midsection early next week.
Seed is run through the necessary wringer to ensure quality
Each year, Farm Journal surveys farmers to understand what influences their input decisions—namely seed.
It’s challenging to write about trends in used planter values because planters vary so much by size.
Corn and wheat sales within expectations; beef up from week-ago, pork lower than prior week.
BASF SE and Bayer AG cut the outlook for their agrochemicals businesses, adding to the urgency for global consolidation that’s swept the industry in recent months.
Groups now seek overhaul of U.S. renewable fuel quota.
China’s pig prices may climb to near a record after floods drowned animals and prompted concerns about possible disease outbreaks in the world’s biggest pork producer and consumer, according to analysts.
Potash Corp., the world’s second-largest producer of its namesake fertilizer, cut its dividend and lowered a full-year profit forecast after crop-nutrient prices declined.
Grain markets are higher underpinned by the weaker US Dollar and short covering. Stock indices are slightly higher.
Wheat plantings exceed intentions by 0.9%, committee says.
A tool for soldering where we need to solder.
Whole Foods says quarterly sales at established locations declined again as it fights to distinguish itself from competitors that are also offering organic and natural foods.
Yields seen at about 5.5 tons per hectare: farm advisor CRM.
UC – Davis veterinarian Jeff Stott participated in research to characterize the pathogen causing foothill abortion disease and to develop an experimental vaccine.
The muddy tradition of hog wrestling has continued at some county fairs in Indiana this summer though proceeds were down in at least one county.
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