The short-term highway funding bill passed last week contains many minor tax changes and I recap most of them.
Grain traders look to China and elsewhere for clues to this evening's trade.
The dog days of summer apply to cattle, as well as people.
Trivia and useful facts about hand tools.
State Agriculture Secretary Lucas Lentsch says the U.S. Department of Agriculture recently decided to expand crop insurance coverage for winter wheat in all South Dakota counties for the next year's crop.
The Missouri Steer Feedout Finale held on June 25 in Mt. Vernon revealed the results of the 158 head of steers from 2014 that went to Iowa last November.
No date has been set for when talks will resume.
While harvest is still months away for many, others have already wrapped up the 2015 growing season. See wheat and barley harvested in the U.S., rice and cotton harvested in Australia, and much more.
It’s well into harvest season for an Indiana crop that's a key ingredient in everything from the gum you chew and the toothpaste you use: Spearmint.
The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association and the Public Lands Council's government affairs office in Washington, D.C., is accepting applications for the spring 2016 public policy internship. The deadline to submit an application is Oct. 1, 2015.
Biomass heating system heats buildings and water for Michigan dairy farm.
This year, Harvest Public Media is highlighting farm kids in its “My Farm Roots” series. Want to share what it’s like growing up on your family’s farm?​
Jerry Gulke looks back at a volatile month for the grain and soybean markets and discusses what might be ahead in August.
South Dakota's Animal Industry Board says two cases of vesicular stomatitis virus have been confirmed in livestock in the western part of the state.
When you marry into a farming family, you tend to pick up some new hobbies, like using a drone to capture sky-high highlights of the in-laws' wheat harvest.​
A “once in a blue moon” event is a very rare event. This kind of decline, without much of a shove from the currency valuation has to be seen as a blue moon kind of event. That doesn’t mean it is over. The CRB dropped 39% from June 30,2008 to December 31 of the same year. This drop is down 21% since [...]
Sweet clover makes a good forage, but it can also be deadly.
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